Mónica Ramos-Toro's research while affiliated with Complutense University of Madrid and other places

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Con la irrupción de la COVID-19, la comunidad educativa necesitado incorporar nuevos enfoques metodológicos para enfrentarse a las formas de docencia que ha requerido el escenario de pandemia. Uno de estos enfoques es la gamificación (introducir contenidos educativos de manera lúdica). En la Educación Superior, la gamificación ha de tener un nivel...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted higher university lecturers to develop their digital skills in order to adapt to online teaching. A group of university teachers decided to evaluate the educational uses of Mentimeter to promote student participation and active learning. A questionnaire was answered by 400 students and 12 participating academics....
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Several studies have shown an association between psychosocial variables and functional capacity in chronic pain processes such as osteoarthritis. The aim of this study was to test a structural equations model that shows the predictive weight of certain variables such as catastrophizing, self-efficacy and kinesiophobia on functional pain and WOMAC...

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... The perception of digital technology was accepted by both teachers and managers [24], so the use of ICT grew in full pandemic which has prompted the development of digital competencies in teachers to address the online teaching-learning to facilitate the work in a synchronous and asynchronous way. The teacher monitors students with feedback and highlights the virtual environment for educational inclusion that has managed to identify opportunities to implement software for different functions [25], ICT has generated dynamics of inequality and poverty in vulnerable populations and even more in inclusive population, because it has been affected with access to internet, laptops, social networks, telephone coverage and social network. ICT in educational institutions has come to negatively affect poverty lines globally and more so affected inclusion students [26], changing roles of teachers, administrative staff and students due to the critical and challenging period [27]. ...
... This idea is consistent with research which has demonstrated that psychosocial factors can mediate the association between hyperalgesia and knee pain [64]. Characteristics such as pain catastrophising [65], kinesiophobia (fear of movement) [25], helplessness [66], reduced self-efficacy [67], anxiety [26] and depression [26] have all been shown to be associated with knee OA pain and are likely to play a role in shaping the pain experience. Therefore, we integrated the idea of a relationship between central modulation, the pain experience and emotional responses to pain. ...