El Conocimiento y el Desarrollo Humano; Un Debate desde la Antropología y la Psicología

Nieto, Laura Milena Segovia; Canal, Jaime Yáñez
June 2011
Revista de Psicologia GEPU;jun2011, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p130
Academic Journal
Questions about human characterization and its development have generated varied proposals that go from absolutely formal individual models up to social perspectives where individual processes and subjectivity are unknown. This text will review the history of a debate inside anthropology and psychology that will allow us to recognize why changes were presented in these conceptualizations. Moreover, it will point out the confluence between both disciplines inquiring for their limits and inviting to interdisciplinary research.


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