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Estudos e Pesquisas em Psicologia

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WILES, Jamille Mateus; OMIZZOLLO, Poliana; FERRARI, Andrea Gabriela  and  SILVA, Milena da Rosa. The IRDI Research and its developments: A literature review. Estud. pesqui. psicol. [online]. 2017, vol.17, n.3, pp. 1140-1161. ISSN 1808-4281.

This study consists of a review of the scientific publications that have as their theme the IRDI- Clinical Risk Indicators for Child Development, since its inception, exploring its developments. In addition, it seeks to determine whether there was an expansion in the use of IRDI beyond the first group of researchers who created the tool. To this end, there was a selection of scientific articles in the databases Scielo, INDEXPSI, Google Scholar and Proceedings of the Conferences of LEPSI. It was possible to obtain a sample of 34 articles organized into seven areas: Presentation and validation of the research that originated the IRDIs, Methodological tension: Psychoanalysis on construction of IRDI, IRDI Methodology, Autism, Public Health, Parent-infant Relationship, and Language. This work revealed the IRDI as a powerful tool to detect early obstacles in the development and psychic constitution, considering the different scopes in which it can be employed. In this sense, the indicators act as an important reading tool, guiding the professionals who work with the babies. It was understood that although the IRDI can be considered a new instrument, it has given rise to many studies, which brought important discussions regarding the various aspects of the psychic constitution of babies.

Keywords : IRDI; clinical indicators; child development; psychoanalysis.

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