Variación intencional en tareas de Teoría de la Mente Moralmente relevante (MoToM)
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Palabras clave

Moral Judgment
Theory of Mind (ToM)
Morally Relevant Theory of Mind (MoToM)
Intentional Reading, False Belief Task juicio moral
Teoría de la Mente (ToM)
Teoría de la Mente Moralmente Relevante (MoToM)
lectura intencional
tarea de falsa creencia

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Goenaga, J., Sierra, D., Gallego, F., & Artunduaga, K. (2020). Variación intencional en tareas de Teoría de la Mente Moralmente relevante (MoToM). Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos De Psicología, 18(2), 1–16. https://doi.org/10.18270/chps.v18i2.3050

Resumen

La relación entre Teoría de la Mente (ToM) y juicio moral permitió el diseño de tareas de Teoría de la Mente Moralmente Relevantes (MoToM), las cuales integran la lectura intencional a la elaboración de dichos juicios. Este trabajo describe la producción de una variación de la MoToM en el juicio moral con lectura intencional en niños de 5 y 8 años, quienes aplicaron una tarea de MoToM y variación de esta, otorgando dos estimaciones del juicio moral, antes y después de la variación. Se encontraron diferencias significativas entre edades ante la elaboración del juicio. Se confirmó la relación entre ToM y juicio moral, reconociendo otros aspectos del desarrollo, los cuales son fundamentales para la integración de la intencionalidad en la elaboración de juicios.

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