Neurodevelopmental difficulties as a comprehensive category of learning disabilities in children with developmental delaya systematic review

  1. Eva María Taboada Ares
  2. Patricia María Iglesias-Souto 1
  3. Santiago López Gómez 1
  4. Rosa María Rivas Torres 1
  1. 1 Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
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    Universidade de Santiago de Compostela

    Santiago de Compostela, España

    ROR https://ror.org/030eybx10

Revista:
Anales de psicología

ISSN: 0212-9728

Ano de publicación: 2020

Volume: 36

Número: 2

Páxinas: 271-282

Tipo: Artigo

DOI: 10.6018/ANALESPS.347741 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openDIGITUM editor

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Citas recibidas

  • Citas en Scopus: 4 (27-01-2023)
  • Citas en Dialnet Métricas: 2 (26-01-2023)
  • Citas en Web of Science: 2 (04-01-2023)

JCR (Journal Impact Factor)

  • Ano 2020
  • Factor de impacto da revista: 2.046
  • Factor de impacto sen autocitas: 1.962
  • Article influence score: 0.474
  • Cuartil maior: Q3
  • Área: PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY Cuartil: Q3 Posición na área: 75/140 (Edición: SSCI)
  • Área: PSYCHOLOGY Cuartil: Q3 Posición na área: 57/77 (Edición: SCIE)

SCImago Journal Rank

  • Ano 2020
  • Impacto SJR da revista: 0.578
  • Cuartil maior: Q2
  • Área: Psychology (miscellaneous) Cuartil: Q2 Posición na área: 117/276

Índice Dialnet de Revistas

  • Ano 2020
  • Factor de impacto da revista: 1,900
  • Ámbito: PSICOLOGÍA Cuartil: C1 Posición no ámbito: 11/111

CIRC

  • Ciencias Sociais: A

Scopus CiteScore

  • Ano 2020
  • CiteScore da revista: 3.3
  • Área: Psychology (all) Percentil: 70

Journal Citation Indicator (JCI)

  • Ano 2020
  • JCI da revista: 0.64
  • Cuartil maior: Q2
  • Área: PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY Cuartil: Q2 Posición na área: 94/197
  • Área: PSYCHOLOGY Cuartil: Q3 Posición na área: 54/85

Resumo

Un número considerable de estudiantes presenta dificultades de aprendizaje y bajo rendimiento académico, sin embargo su evaluación no siempre deriva en un diagnóstico concreto. Son categorizados como inmaduros, pero no se determinan ni la naturaleza ni las características de sus dificultades. El objetivo de este estudio fue identificar los dominios evolutivos afectados en niños con retraso del desarrollo (RD) con la finalidad de valorar el concepto de dificultades neuroevolutivas como categoría comprensiva y perfil de las dificultades generalizadas de aprendizaje. Para ello, se realizó una revisión sistemática en las bases electrónicas Medline, PsycINFO, WOS, Eric, Dialnet y CSIC y, tras aplicar los criterios de inclusión, se seleccionaron 18 artículos. Los resultados confirman que RD se utiliza como etiqueta diagnóstica para caracterizar a niños con retrasos significativos en uno o varios ámbitos del desarrollo, pero no existe una definición de consenso ni criterios específicos para su diagnóstico, y solo sería de aplicación a niños de corta edad. Los dominios afectados coinciden con funciones neuroevolutivas y, en su etiología, destacan factores de riesgo biológico y ambiental. Las dificultades neuroevolutivas abarcarían un amplio espectro de déficits con distintos niveles de gravedad que, al interactuar entre sí, dan lugar a una variedad de perfiles.

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