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UNTOIGLICH, Gisela. Historic and libidinal aspects in children with attentional disabilities. Anu. investig. [online]. 2006, vol.13, pp.73-78. ISSN 1851-1686.

This paper is based in the Plan of Doctoral Thesis introduced by the author in the Faculty of psychology, U.B.A, in the year 2005, whose title is: Historic and libidinal aspects in boys and girls consulting because of their attentional disabilities. Attentional disabilities, with or without hyperactivity, are described in the bibliography us the main clinical manifestations of the Attention Deficit Disorder with or without hyperactivity ( T.D.A H in Spanish - A.D.( h ) .D. In English ). In this research the attentional problems in kids are discussed from a wider perspective, meaning that before aiming at the deficit, this research develops the pre-requisites needed for the attention to arise as a function in a subject; this will allow to deepen on which are the necessary conditions that will make possible for a child to pay attention, thus making possible to help children suffering from these difficulties by deepening on some of the factors that are limiting them. The aim of this paper is to expose the theoretical framework that brings together this research and the methodology that is been used to carry it through. Since this research is in progress, I will expound some partial conclusions.

Palabras clave : Kids; Historic libidinal; Attentional disabilities.

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