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Elena Marulanda-Páez

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Este artículo presenta los resultados de una revisión sistemática en el ámbito de la ontogénesis del lenguaje, para caracterizar cómo se adquieren las metáforas y los modismos durante los primeros años de vida. Para ello, se seleccionó el periodo de los 3 a los 11 años de edad, tiempo en el cual se adquiere, progresivamente, una comprensión suficiente de diversas expresiones figuradas. Los hallazgos indican que, mientras que las metáforas son mayormente dependientes de la capacidad de denominación alternativa y el razonamiento analógico, los modismos exigen habilidades de teoría de la mente.





Keywords

Desarrollo del lenguaje, niño, lenguaje hablado, lenguaje familiar, desarrollo del niño, lenguaje figuradoLanguage development, children, spoken language, colloquial language, child development, figurative language

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Marulanda-Páez, E. (2022). Adquisición de metáforas y modismos en la infancia: implicaciones educativas. Magis, Revista Internacional De Investigación En Educación, 15, 1–27. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.m15.ammi
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