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Comunicación no verbal en las interacciones de aula: una perspectiva pedagógica sobre el contacto físico

  title={Comunicaci{\'o}n no verbal en las interacciones de aula: una perspectiva pedag{\'o}gica sobre el contacto f{\'i}sico},
  author={Panagiotis J. Stamatis},
  journal={Electronic Journal of Research in Educational Psychology},
  • Panagiotis J. Stamatis
  • Published 1 December 2011
  • Psychology
  • Electronic Journal of Research in Educational Psychology
Resumen es: El presente articulo comienza el tema del tacto en cuanto "percepcion tactil", es decir, lo que se puede palpar con las manos, tomando en cuenta, especia... 

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