Georgina Álvarez

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An intellectual deficit in low socio-economic strata (S-E) of underdeveloped countries is widespread. A similar phenomenon is observed in industrialized countries and is known as socio-cultural retardation (S-CR); one theory holds that it is due to psychosensory deprivation whilst another denies that there is in fact a deficit, there being only middle(More)
An intellectual deficit is known to exist in populations where extreme poverty is rife and is thus seen extensively in the lower socio-economic strata of underdeveloped nations. Poverty is a complex entity whose sociological and economic indicators often bear little relevance to the biological agents which can affect the central nervous system. An attempt(More)
  • Diana Marre, Nadja Monnet, +7 authors Maria Galizia
  • 2013
Adoptions and fosterages in Spain: tracing challenges, opportunities and problems in the social and family lives of children and adolescents (CSO2012-39593-C02-00) The knowledge that we currently have in Spain about adoptions comes basically from the findings presented by disciplines such as anthropology , psychology, law and medicine. The fact that the(More)
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