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    • La narración y su finalidad en dos novelas testimoniales sobre el acoso laboral y sexual femenino en la España del siglo XXI 

      Milica, Lilic (1) (Revista Letral, 2021)
      La narratividad de las novelas testimoniales, aparte de contar con una implicación parcial del autor-narrador y un elevado elemento de subjetividad, adquiere dos niveles fundamentales de representación: uno centrado en la ...
    • La narrativa como recurso metodológico dinamizador del aprendizaje. 

      Yáñez Martínez, Begoña (1) (Revista sonda-investigación y docencia en artes y letras, 2020)
      El cuento es una forma ideal para exponer información y conocimiento a través de una metodología lúdica y amena. Contar historias es una de las formas más antiguas de transmisión del conocimiento y, además, es un método ...
    • Narrativas y relatos del Buen Vivir de infancias indígenas como estrategia de construcción de paz 

      Orozco Pineda, Paula Andrea (1); Pineda Martínez, Edgar Oswaldo (1) (Ciudad Paz-Ando, 06/2018)
      A partir de las tesis del construccionismo social se aborda la indagación sobre los procesos de construcción de identidades y subjetividades de niños y niñas pertenecientes a comunidades indígenas que viven en contextos ...
    • National perspectives of early childhood care 

      Gútiez Cuevas, Pilar; Jiménez Astudillo, Mónica (1); Anton Ares, Paloma (Journal for Educators Teachers and Trainers, 2019)
      The present systematic review is about concept of Early Intervention, philosophy, evolution, principles and achievements and the needs to consolidate this action recognizing the role of the family as the focus of this ...
    • National vs. Non-national Soccer Referee: Physiological, Physical and Psychological Characteristics 

      Castillo-Rodríguez, Alfonso; Muñoz-Arjona, C.; Onetti, Wanesa (1) (Routledge, 2021)
      Purpose: The objectives of the present study were to analyze the relationship between psychological variables (self-esteem, anxiety and self-confidence) assessed before the competition and physical and physiological responses ...
    • Native American Theater: A Concise History 

      López Pérez, Sidoni (1); Benali, Hanane (Miscelánea: A Journal of English and American Studies, 2016)
      This paper provides a concise and brief history of Native American theater from its beginnings in indigenous oral traditions to its consolidation in the 21st century. To start with, the essay will deal with the origins of ...
    • Natural language interface model for the evaluation of ergonomic routines in occupational health (ILENA) 

      Moya Jutinico, Carlos Julio; Montenegro-Marín, Carlos; Burgos, Daniel (1); González-Crespo, Rubén (1) (Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing, 12/04/2019)
      This article presents research done on a joint assessment model, including physiotherapy and computer and vector concepts, to achieve a natural language interface prototype creation that captures occupational health movements ...
    • Navigation and Visualization of Knowledge Organization Systems Using Virtual Reality Glasses 

      García Gaona, Paulo Alonso; Martín Moncunill, David; Gordillo, Kevin; González-Crespo, Rubén (1) (IEEE Latin America Transactions, 2016)
      The growth of virtual reality applications in recent years has facilitated the active participation of people at the level of interactivity in games, simulations and mainly entertainment aspects. In educational environments, ...
    • Necesidades de formación y dificultades de inserción laboral de los titulados universitarios: Un estudio de caso en la Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja (Ecuador) 

      Cerdá Suárez, Luis Manuel (1); Quirós y Alpera, Susana (1); Briceño-Buele, Jimmy Gustavo (CISCI 2018 ; SIECI 2018, 2018)
      Ponencia de la conferencia "Decima Septima Conferencia Iberoamericana en Sistemas, Cibernetica e Informatica, CISCI 2081, Decimo Quinto Simposium Iberoamericano en Educacion, Cibernetica e Informatica, SIECI 2018 - 17th ...
    • Necesidades emergentes del cuidado informal de mayores dependientes: develando las voces de los cuidadores familiares 

      Comelin Fornes, Andrea (1); Leiva Gomez, Sandra (INTERCIENCIA, 05/2018)
      El cuidado de mayores dependientes es un eje sensible para el Estado, respondiendo a demandas que la familia no puede asumir. Se analizan percepciones de cuidadores familiares de la región de Tarapacá, Chile, sobre sus ...
    • "Need to Know" or the strong urge to find names of unique entities in acquired obsessive-compulsive disorder 

      Edelkraut, Lisa; Berthier, Marcelo; Green-Heredia, Cristina; López-González, Francisco; Roé-Vellvé, Núria; Torres-Prioris, María; Tubío, Javier (1); López-Barroso, Diana (Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology, 06/2019)
      The two forms of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), idiopathic and acquired, have been linked to abnormalities in the fronto-striato-thalamo-cortical circuitry, involving the orbitofrontal cortex, anterior cingulate ...
    • Negative certainty 

      Ariso Salgado, José María (1) (Educational Philosophy and Theory, 01/2017)
      The definitions of negative knowledge' and the studies in this regard published to date have not considered the categorial distinction Wittgenstein established between knowledge and certainty. Hence, the important role ...
    • La negatividad en el humanismo de Heidegger 

      Pérez Guerrero, Javier (1) (THÉMATA: Revista de Filosofía, 01/2016)
      Este estudio profundiza en el significado de la noción de Nichtung de Heidegger, que se considera como la clave de la auténtica formación humana, y se conecta con la negatividad que encierra el concepto de Bildung en Hegel ...
    • Neurocognition functioning as a prerequisite to intact social cognition in schizophrenia 

      Fernández-Modamio, Mar; Gil-Sanz, David; Arrieta-Rodríguez, Marta; Santacoloma-Cabero, Iciar; Bengochea-Seco, Rosario; González-Fraile, Eduardo (1); Muñiz, José; the SCORES group (Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 02/01/2020)
      Introduction: There are mixed findings regarding the relationships between neurocognition and social cognition in schizophrenia. This study aims to provide new empirical evidence to help determine the relationships between ...
    • Neuromarketing as an emotional connection tool between organizations and audiences in social networks. A theoretical review 

      Abuín Vences, Natalia; Díaz-Campo, Jesús (1); García-Rosales, Daniel-Francisco (1) (Frontiers in Psychology, 21/07/2020)
      Currently, there is an important debate on how social networks have affected relations between organizations and their audiences: originally complementary –since organizations had full control over the messages that they ...
    • Neuropathogenesis in COVID-19 

      Altable, Marcos; De la Serna Tuya, Juan Moisés (1) (Journal of Neuropathology & Experimental Neurology, 11/2020)
      SARS-CoV-2 or COVID-19 is a new human coronavirus that emerged in Wuhan, China in late 2019 and is currently causing a pandemic (1, 2). With the possibility of future outbreaks of the disease, it may manifest with diverse ...
    • Neurophysics assessment of the muscle bioenergy generated by transcranial magnetic stimulation 

      Leon-Sarmiento, Fidias E.; González-Castaño, Alexander (1); Rizzo-Sierra, Carlos V.; Aceros, Juan; León-Ariza, Daniel S.; León-Ariza, Juan S.; Prada, Diddier G.; Bara-Jiménez, William; Wang, Zeng Y. (Research, 2019)
      The content of the rectified motor evoked potential (MEP) induced by transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) has ambiguously been assessed without the precision that energy calculation deserves. This fact has misled data ...
    • Neuropsicología del proceso creativo. Un enfoque educativo 

      López-Fernández, Verónica (1); Llamas Salguero, Fátima (1) (Revista Complutense de Educación, 2018)
      Vivimos en un contexto y en una sociedad en constante cambio, que requiere que las personas se adapten a las nuevas circunstancias en las que nos hallamos. La creatividad es uno de los elementos más importantes a tener en ...
    • Neuropsychological Differences Among Students With Learning Difficulties, Without Learning Difficulties, and With High Capacity 

      Martín-Lobo, Pilar (1); Santiago-Ramajo, Sandra (1); Vergara-Moragues, Esperanza (1) (Mind Brain and Education, 17/12/2018)
      Progress in applied neuroscience and neuropsychology in the educational context has revealed efficient methodologies for preventing academic failure and developing the potential of students. The aim of this work is to adopt ...
    • Neuropsychological differences between types of multiple sclerosis: relapsing remitting versus primary progressive 

      De-La-Peña, Cristina (1); Parra-Bolaños, Nicolás; Bernabéu-Brotóns, Elena; Fernández-Medina, Juliana-María (Revista Mexicana de Neurociencia, 09/2020)
      Background: Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a neurodegenerative disease whose clinical deterioration is observed at a physical, cognitive, and socio-emotional level, affecting the quality of life of the patient. Several scientific ...