dc.contributor.authorPiqueres de Juan, Inmaculada
dc.description.abstractThe aim of this research is to show the possible stimulation of sustained and selective attention by means of a quantitative study. The study was carried out using a research protocol which was quasiexperimental and designed to include pre-test, intervention and post-test. The sample consists of an experimental group plus a control group, n=57. The study was carried out in the province of Alicante in an area which exhibits medium to low sociocultural and socioeconomic levels. The evaluation tools used are the d2 test and the Caras-R test, both published by TEA. The intervention was delivered using a protocol of activities which are explained in the publication ‘Programación didáctica’. The study was carried out with the experimental group over the course of six months, with sessions twice weekly on Tuesdays and Thursday. Each session lasted 50 minutes. The results show, following the post-test on the experimental group, that there are noticeable improvements in the cognitive aspects of sustained attention, selective attention, processing speed, and concentration. The control group pursued their normal routines and did not undergo any major change to their cognitive developmentes
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dc.titlePilot Study Into Sustained And Selective Attention Using The BAPNE Methodes
dc.journal.titleThe European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences. EPSBSes
dc.publisher.facultyFacultad de Ciencias de la Salud y de la Educaciónes
dc.subject.keywordintercultural educationes
dc.subject.keywordtranscultural healthes
dc.subject.keywordBAPNE methodes

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