Epistemología histórica de la psicomotricidad. Una metadisciplina

  1. Franco Boscaini
Supervised by:
  1. Arturo Díaz Suárez Director
  2. Javier Cachón Zagalaz Director

Defence university: Universidad de Jaén

Fecha de defensa: 21 March 2022

  1. Alexandrinc Mortoire Saint Cast Chair
  2. María Luisa Zagalaz Sánchez Secretary
  3. Gerardo Restrepo Ramírez Committee member

Type: Thesis

Teseo: 775033 DIALNET


The objective of this study is to make a historical epistemological analysis of Psychomotricity and reflect on the contributions of the authors who contributed, in multiple scientific fields, their knowledge to the birth of this discipline and profession. It is stated as follows: 1. Try to schematically develop an epistemology of Psychomotricity, and identify, deepen and connect psychomotor notions. 2. Uses a quantitative and qualitative questionnaire, aimed at some psychomotricists, of international relevance. 3. Ten key words are identified to verify the presence and continuity of concepts that have allowed Psychomotricity to become a discipline. This historical, critical and neutral study has confirmed the scientific autonomy of Psychomotricity. This means that the integration of the reference disciplines allows you to capture new meanings in the concepts, and in psychomotor disorders, compared to those of the orig