Volume 4, number 1, 2022
IJS 1001- The influence of the digital media in cases of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and alternatives to the context
Analice Galdino Pedrozo; Maria José Raimundo de Lima; Santino Mendes da Silva Júnior*; Thomás Félix da Silva; Wéllen Larissa da Silva Melo; Pierre Teodosio Felix
Abstract: With the popularization of social networks that focuses on the dissemination of images, much of society follows the "rule" that everything is likely to be seen, photographed and generates virtual content to be consumed by those within reach. In addition to other disorders such as anxiety and panic, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder has been affecting young people and adults, evidencing a link with the exacerbate use of the Internet. At first, this research will seek to conceptualize and characterize attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in the context, with a view to clarifying the core of the disorder objectively. Then, the relationship between digital environment and ADHD will be analyzed, exposing the influence of electronic media as a driving factor of cases. In the final lines will be analyzed and exposed possible alternatives to resolve the rigors of the disorder, also using the digital environment, to slow down the highlighted scenario.
Keywords: Digital media. Applications. Treatment. Therapy. Psychology
IJS 1002- Education and Perception: a systemic look at environmental issues
Lucimere Barros Silva Leite*; Murilo Leonardo da Cunha; Laryssa Laura Rosalina Domingos; José Edson Silva da Paixão; José João da Silva Netto; Flávia Janaina dos Santos Medeiros; Pierre Teodosio Felix
Abstract: This article had as main objective to provide a reflection on the environmental issues that is experienced in contemporary times. To this end, it was necessary to rescue conceptual milestones, conceptions in Environmental Education and the influence of the Cartesian Paradigm on the subjects' daily, as well as the contributions of studies on perception in psychology and the emerging paradigm called systemic. In this sense, the analysis and discussion of bibliographic references on the selected theme aimed to know the scientific contributions to enable us to foster new reflections and attitudes towards environmental problems. At a very great time, it was found that Cartesian Thought has brought several contributions to the advancement of humanity in various fields of knowledge, but nowadays it is necessary to envision the Environment as a whole; complex and interconnected, where issues of cultural, social and political spheres are in connection. Thus, socio-environmental education emerges as an imperative, which fostered by the emerging paradigm called "systemic", it rethinks and signifies our behavior towards the relationship between man and nature, in order to establish a sustainable relationship, through formal and formal educational processes.
Keywords: Cartesian thinking. Environmental education. Gestalt. Systemic Thinking.