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Subjetividad y procesos cognitivos

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ACEVEDO, María José. Pre-conscious thinking in clinical studies of work. Subj. procesos cogn. [online]. 2018, vol.22, n.2. ISSN 1852-7310.

This text aims to account for the analysis made about the type of thinking that manifests itself in the stories requested from the subjects of an ongoing investigation. It explores the way in which the members of a professional teaching group have been developing, throughout their life trajectory, their current position of pedagogical authority. This study is based on the epistemology of complexity, which authorizes the elaboration of a complex theoretical framework, integrated by clinical psychosociological currents that find in Psychoanalysis a common reference. It is from this theoretical-epistemological framework, and based on our empirical material, that we will initially address the Freudian postulations about how thought is expressed in the evocation of memories. Then we will refer, following the approaches of the Clinics of Work, to the relationship thought / affection; to finally analyze the thought committed in the human act, as it has been investigated by Sociopsychoanalysis.

Palabras clave : Analysis of practices; Pre-conscious thinking; Thought/memories; Thought/affection; Thought/act.

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