Subjetividad y procesos cognitivos
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MALDAVSKY, David. Contributions of the DLA computerized dictionary to clinical research. Subj. procesos cogn. [online]. 2010, vol.14, n.2, pp. 143-157. ISSN 1852-7310.
The study synthetically exposes some researches focusing on the discourse of the patients and others focusing on the discourse of the therapist. In a group of these investigations, the results of the analysis with the dictionary are combined with the results of the analysis with other instruments of the DLA, whilst in other researches only investigation with the computerized program is taken into account. Research focusing on the patient's discourse shows: 1) the sensibility of the program to detect changes in the scenes unfolded in sessions, 2 the predictive sensibility of the program regarding scenes that the patient hasn´t unfolded or narrated yet, 3) the statistically dominant wishes in the first session of 12 patients with different degrees of affliction, 4) the statistically dominant wishes in the first session of 7 aphasic patients with different degrees of affliction. Research centred on the discourse of the therapist shows: 1) the contribution of the program for the analysis of the erotic counter-transference in treatment, 2) the statistically dominant wishes in a therapist during a first session with 7 different patients, 3) the statistically dominant wishes in a therapist during a first session with 6 aphasic patients. The study ends with a description of the different function strategies of the dictionary that include different combinations with other instruments of the DLA, etc.
Palabras llave : Analysis of the therapist; Analysis of the patient; Erotic counter-transference; Aphasia; Prediction.