Colección: La Educación
Número: (134-135) I,II
This article discusses the problem of resilience as examined from a biological perspective. It expands upon the traditional psycological view of the topic and reviews the contributions that neurology has made to its comprehension. The article highlights the influence of environment on the development of the brain, particularly during the early stages of development. The argument focuses on the relationship between adrenocortical activity and other elements such as nutrition and family care. In conclusion, the article outlines theortical and practical implications—highlighting the educational implications— that can be extracted from this line of research.