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El concepto de significado desde el análisis del comportamiento y otras perspectivas
Ballesteros de Valderrama,Blanca Patricia;
Universitas Psychologica , 2005,
Abstract: this article presents crucial points related to the concept of meaning trying to emphasize some convergences between behavior analysis, other behavioral perspectives, like staats’ and ribes-i?esta’s, and postures outside behaviorism, specially those made by j. bruner and other representatives of constructivism and constructionism. degrandpre (2000) presented some ways how behaviorism can contribute to the “science of meaning” and the “psychology of practical significance”; his suggestions are complemented and analyzed including other representative authors and their approaches to meaning as a concept that has been controversial in behavioral and social sciences, inside and outside psychology. the arguments presented in this paper are related to a study of the meanings of peace in which the author participated as a co-investigator, with psychologists from different theoretical perspectives. convergences are analyzed around concepts like symbolic behavior, psychological function, verbal community, social convention, between others. when reinforcement is formulated as a relational construct, meaning has to be taken also as a relational concept. it is concluded that there are more congruencies than differences between authors from diverse perspectives, especially upon the relative/contextual and dialectical character of meaning.
THE COLOMBIAN REALITY FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF BEHAIOVR ANALYSIS: PEACE AS A RESULT OF CULTURAL PRACTICES
BLANCA PATRICIA BALLESTEROS DE VALDERRAMA
Universitas Psychologica , 2002,
Abstract: This article presents the advantage of applying behavior analysis to cultural practices comprehension, considering cultural practices as group behaviors, selected and maintained by social reinforcement contingencies and metacontingencies. The three types of contingencies formulated by Skinner are described, and the principal existing data related to aggressive behavior. A proposal to analyze some relevant aspects to Colombian reality is formulated, and finally, an intent to analyze peace as a result of cultural practices is presented, emphasizing positive reciprocal social processes. Mattaini's (1996) suggestion to graphical representation of cultural practices analysis is applied.
THE CONCEPT OF MEANING FROM BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS AND OTHER PERSPECTIVES.
BLANCA PATRICIA BALLESTEROS DE VALDERRAMA
Universitas Psychologica , 2005,
Abstract: This article presents crucial points related to the concept of meaning trying to emphasize some convergences betweenbehavior analysis, other behavioral perspectives, like Staats’ and Ribes-I esta’s, and postures outside behaviorism,specially those made by J. Bruner and other representatives of constructivism and constructionism. DeGrandpre(2000) presented some ways how behaviorism can contribute to the “science of meaning” and the “psychology ofpractical significance”; his suggestions are complemented and analyzed including other representative authors andtheir approaches to meaning as a concept that has been controversial in behavioral and social sciences, inside andoutside psychology. The arguments presented in this paper are related to a study of the meanings of peace in which theauthor participated as a co-investigator, with psychologists from different theoretical perspectives. Convergences areanalyzed around concepts like symbolic behavior, psychological function, verbal community, social convention, betweenothers. When reinforcement is formulated as a relational construct, meaning has to be taken also as a relational concept.It is concluded that there are more congruencies than differences between authors from diverse perspectives, especiallyupon the relative/contextual and dialectical character of meaning.
Rese a de "World Hypotheses, A study in evidence. Berkeley" de S.C. Pepper
Blanca Patricia Ballesteros de Valderrama
Revista Latinoamericana de Psicología , 2005,
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Rese a de "World Hypotheses, A study in evidence. Berkeley" de S.C. Pepper
Blanca Patricia Ballesteros de Valderrama
Revista Latinoamericana de Psicología , 2005,
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THE ROLE OF THE PSYCHOLOGIST IN AN INTENSIVE CARE UNIT
NOVOA,MóNICA; BALLESTEROS DE VALDERRAMA,BLANCA PATRICIA;
Universitas Psychologica , 2006,
Abstract: the research presented in this article was aimed to specify in detail psychologist?s role in the context of an intensive care unit, from the work at the health service humanization project, carried out by the pontificia universidad javeriana from 1994 to 2000. this research is framed as a documental one, with a non-experimental design of an evaluative type aimed to evaluate the results of the activities carried out in function of the proposed objectives. results were analysed at two levels: a qualitative level though logical frames methodology and a quantitative level, with descriptive and correlation statistics. results allowed to define psychologist?s role in three fundamental areas: attention to patients at the icu, attention to family members or caregivers, and work with health personnel. these three areas are related to the objective of improving this people quality of life.
ROLE OF THE PSYCHOLOGIST IN THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT
MóNICA NOVOA,BLANCA PATRICIA BALLESTEROS DE VALDERRAMA
Universitas Psychologica , 2006,
Abstract: The research presented in this article was aimed to specify in detail psychologist’s role in the context of an IntensiveCare Unit, from the work at the Health Service Humanization Project, carried out by the Pontificia UniversidadJaveriana from 1994 to 2000. This research is framed as a documental one, with a non-experimental design of anevaluative type aimed to evaluate the results of the activities carried out in function of the proposed objectives. Resultswere analysed at two levels: a qualitative level though Logical Frames Methodology and a quantitative level, withdescriptive and correlation statistics. Results allowed to define psychologist’s role in three fundamental areas: attentionto patients at the ICU, attention to family members or caregivers, and work with health personnel. These three areas arerelated to the objective of improving this people quality of life.
CALIDAD DE VIDA EN PACIENTES CON TRASPLANTE DE HíGADO
BURGOS CAMACHO,VIVIANA ANGéLICA; AMADOR ANDRADE,ADRIANA; BALLESTEROS DE VALDERRAMA,BLANCA PATRICIA;
Universitas Psychologica , 2007,
Abstract: a study aimed to describe and evaluate the quality of life in patients with liver transplant in the last 15 years, in colombia, is presented. twenty five patients voluntarily participated through an informed consent. quality of life was evaluated with a semi structured interview, with some items in a scale format, previously validated by a group of three experts. results were analyzed according to the theoretical categories and statistical analysis. results showed that the liver transplant improved the quality of life the patients were having in their final stage of the liver disease, both in the psychological and physical aspects; the quality of life was correlated to independency and to an increase in the working capacity. a better quality of life was evident, with a better general well-being, a going back to job, and a psychosocial recovery.
Análisis de un protocolo de formulación de caso clínico desde las categorías de bienestar psicológico
Caycedo Espine,Claudia Consuelo; Ballesteros de Valderrama,Blanca Patricia; Novoa Gómez,Mónica María;
Universitas Psychologica , 2008,
Abstract: we describe the validation process of a case formulation protocol, based on the theoretical perspective of behavior analysis, in order to contribute to the development of a case formulation model aimed to organize the information coming from evaluation, to reduce clinical judgment bias, and to orient the clinical intervention towards a coherent and consistent way with the analysis categories belonging to the field of psychological wellbeing. validity was defined as a function of the use of a single case design with a time series methodology and the internal validity of the formulations, based on criteria of consistency among the categories and the descriptive and explicative hypotheses, and among these and the intervention plan. the clinical formulation process was finished with six cases, taking the intervention efficacy as the validity criterion. results point to the high level of inference and hypotheses based on clinical judgment rather than on empirical evidences.
QUALITY OF LIFE IN LIVER TRANSPLANT PATIENTS
VIVIANA ANGéLICA BURGOS CAMACHO,ADRIANA AMADOR ANDRADE,BLANCA PATRICIA BALLESTEROS DE VALDERRAMA
Universitas Psychologica , 2007,
Abstract: A study aimed to describe and evaluate the quality of life in patients with liver transplant in the last 15 years, inColombia, is presented. Twenty five patients voluntarily participated through an informed consent. Quality of life wasevaluated with a semi structured interview, with some items in a scale format, previously validated by a group of threeexperts. Results were analyzed according to the theoretical categories and statistical analysis. Results showed that theliver transplant improved the quality of life the patients were having in their final stage of the liver disease, both in thepsychological and physical aspects; the quality of life was correlated to independency and to an increase in the workingcapacity. A better quality of life was evident, with a better general well-being, a going back to job, and a psychosocialrecovery.
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