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MISSAWA, Daniela Dadalto Ambrozine; ROSSETTI, Claudia Broetto  e  COTONHOTO, Larissy Alves. Analysis of the process of awareness in children with ADHD. Rev. psicopedag. [online]. 2019, vol.36, n.110, pp.125-135. ISSN 0103-8486.

Human development is a continuous and complex process that involves reorganization at the action, perception, activity and interaction level of individuals and their world. However, we have faced atypical development processes such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Based on this question, the present study aims at analyzing the awareness process of children with ADHD by using problem-situations. Eight children diagnosed with ADHD, aged between 9 and 11, participated in the study. The instruments used for data gathering were protocols of problem-situations based on the rule games: Quatro Cores, Dominó, Cara a Cara® and Lig-4®. From the results found it can be seen a need of intervention among children diagnosed with ADHD so that they can identify and learn how to use cognitive strategies such as planning, performance and understanding of actions during the game, because the problems, most of the times, are still based on a practical solution, not on conceptual understanding of the task. We verify there is a need of further studies on awareness among children with ADHD, which can map the patterns of awareness in this specific population so that we can continue the reflections by Piaget about how the child constructs and controls reasoning and procedures in their consciousness.

Palavras-chave : ADHD; Childhood; Awareness; Games; Problem-Situations.

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