El apoyo populista bajo la perspectiva de la racionalidad limitada.
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Emotions
Heuristics
Cognitive degeneration Emociones
Heurística
Degeneración Cognitiva

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Aguilar Flores, M. P. (2020). El apoyo populista bajo la perspectiva de la racionalidad limitada. Sur Academia: Revista Académica-Investigativa De La Facultad Jurídica, Social Y Administrativa, 7(14), 102-113. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.unl.edu.ec/index.php/suracademia/article/view/759

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Si bien existen extensos estudios enfocados en esclarecer las razones detrás del apoyo al populismo, solo pocos de ellos se han centrado en la manera en la que la psicología podría jugar un papel importante al explicar este fenómeno. Por este motivo, el presente artículo pretende contribuir con un nuevo análisis respecto a cómo los aspectos cognitivos y la racionalidad limitada pueden explicar el apoyo a líderes y partidos populistas, específicamente por parte de los adultos mayores. Para ello, se desarrollará una propuesta teórica basada en el análisis de las intenciones de voto y resultados electorales en países de América y Europa. El presente trabajo estará dividido en cuatro partes. Primero, se delimitarán los conceptos y se expondrá literatura relevante. Segundo, se evidenciará mediante ejemplos la actual tendencia de adultos mayores a apoyar a líderes/partidos populistas. Tercero, se expondrá el argumento teórico bajo el cual se enmarca el vínculo entre las limitaciones cognitivas y el apoyo al populismo, y finalmente, se recopilarán a manera de conclusión los puntos más relevantes del estudio juntos con sus principales retos y limitaciones.  
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