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Author: Daniela Thumala-Dockendorff
University of Chile, Chile
Daniela Thumala Dockendorff is a clinical psychologist and a full-time assistant professor at the Department of Psychology at the University of Chile. She has participated in various research programs and publications in the field of aging from a constructivist systemic perspective. Currently, she is a member of the research team FONDAP-Geroscience Center for Brain Health and Metabolism. She has worked in several academic programs in the field of psychology and social sciences at several universities and has contributed to the establishment of the clinical field of psychogerontology in Chile.
Publications in Constructivist Foundations
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Arnold-Cathalifaud M. & Thumala-Dockendorff D. (2016) To what extent can second-order cybernetics be a foundation for psychology? Constructivist Foundations 11(3): 520–521. http://constructivist.info/11/3/520