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Coast (2004) affirms that the intervention in children who will be submitted the invasive procedures must include information to the patient, after all, an important characteristic of the instruction is that it substitutes the natural contingencies for verbal antecedents. Thus, the instructions can modify the behavior of the listener in situations where the natural consequences are inefficient or are efficient only in long stated period. FINAL CONSIDERAES In the hospital context, literature have recommended the playful one with therapeutical ends and for the learning of new behaviors. Moreover, the use of toys makes possible the expression of feelings and prepares, by means of instructions and dramatizao, the children for medical procedures, increasing the adhesion to the treatment. The performance of the psychologist in the hospital context is a field that it needs to be investigated empirically, therefore the model of use of the playful resources in the hospitals generally is loaned of the doctor’s office and can be that it is not applied accurately in the same way in different environments. The main difference seems to be the time, therefore in the hospital environment the children need to more quickly learn behaviors considered adequate to this context. The thematic one of the playful resources used as strategies of intervention with hospitalized children is a field of ample inquiry in psychology.

However, it has little production concerning the subject in the mannering analysis. In sight of the results gotten in the present study, it is pointed necessity of the accomplishment of other research with the objective to specify the job of the ludicidade in hospitals with infantile attendance in the perspective of the analysis of the behavior. Pra has necessity of other unfoldings mainly the playful work involving other professionals of health the Nurse who if finds in the daily scene of the hospitalized child. References: Amaral, V.L.A.R. (1997). Functional analysis in the therapeutical context of the institution. In: D.R.

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