Los robots sociales como promotores de la comunicación en los Trastornos del Espectro Autista (TEA)

Virgina Pinel, Laura Aguiló Rendón, Daniel Adrover-Roig

Resumo


La complejidad del Trastorno de Espectro Autista y sus posibles manifestaciones está provocando que, durante las últimas décadas, se esté desarrollando un método de intervención muy prometedor, la terapia asistida con robots. Los desarrollos de la tecnología y los resultados prometedores de los estudios realizados sobre la cuestión, junto con la reciente incorporación de la robótica al contexto educativo hacen que nos planteemos la viabilidad de este método de intervención dentro de un contexto escolar. El presente documento determina los últimos avances del método a partir de las observaciones realizadas por expertos en la cuestión y se analizan las implicaciones positivas que los robots sociales pueden tener para el tratamiento de dicho trastorno. Con todo ello se ofrece una nueva visión a la intervención del autismo en la educación.

***Robôs sociais como promotores da comunicação em Transtornos do Espectro Autista (TEA)***

A complexidade do Transtorno do Espectro Autista e sua possível aparência levaram ao desenvolvimento durante a última década de um método de intervenção muito promissor: os robôs assistidos por terapia. O desenvolvimento tecnológico e os resultados promissores dos estudos realizados sobre o assunto, juntamente com a recente incorporação robótica no contexto educacional, fazem com que nós contemplemos a viabilidade de introduzir este método de intervenção no contexto educacional. O presente estudo demarca os últimos avanços deste método a partir da contribuição de especialistas e analisa as conseqüências positivas que os robôs sociais podem ter para o tratamento do transtorno do espectro autista. Nós fornecemos aqui uma nova visão da intervenção do autismo no contexto educacional.

Palavras-chave: Autismo; Robô social; Intervenção; Educação; Recurso


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Autismo; Robots sociales; Intervención; Educación; Recurso

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15448/1984-7726.2018.1.28920

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