Relaciones entre fortalezas del carácter y percepción de apoyo social

  • Ana Paula Porto Noronha Programa de Pós-graduação Stricto Sensu em Psicologia, Universidade São Francisco. Brasil
  • Elaine Nogueira Silva Programa de Pós-graduação Stricto Sensu em Psicologia, Universidade São Francisco. Brasil
  • Fabián J. M. Rueda Programa de Pós-graduação Stricto Sensu em Psicologia, Universidade São Francisco. Brasil
Palabras clave: psicología positiva, evaluación psicológica, apoyo social, fortalezas, adolescencia

Resumen

El presente estudio tuvo como objetivo estudiar las relaciones entre fortalezas del carácter y la percepción del apoyo social a través de la Escala de Fortalezas del Carácter – EFC y de la Escala de Apoyo Social - EPSUS-IJ (Versión Infanto-Juvenil). Participaron de la investigación 293 adolescentes, con edades entre 14 y 17 años (M=14.95, DT=3.038), de ambos sexos, siendo 67.8% del sexo femenino. Como resultado fue posible identificar que el factor 1 (Enfrentamiento de Problemas) contribuyó significativamente en 21 fortalezas. A su vez, en los factores Interacción Social y Afectividad presentaron coeficientes significativos en 14 y 12 fortalezas respectivamente. Los hallazgos se discuten con base en la literatura.

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2018-10-22
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