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Lenguaje y rendimiento escolar: un estudio predictivo

CL & E: Comunicación, lenguaje y educación, ISSN 0214-7033, Nº 5, 1990, pags. 69-80
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ABSTRACT El presente trabajo tiene como objetivo establecer el nivel de incidencia del lenguaje en el rendimiento escolar. Con el fin de encontrar variables que posibiliten hacer predicciones acerca del rendimiento académico. Se utilizo una muestra de 600 sujetos pertenecientes al primer ciclo de egb, de los cuales se recogieron datos sobre sus aptitudes psicolinguisticas y de su producción verbal espontanea. Así como sus calificaciones escolares. Tras aplicar los correspondientes análisis estadísticos se encontraron correlaciones positivas en varios aspectos.

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