Avaliando o papel da procrastinação acadêmica e bem-estar subjetivo na predição da satisfação com o programa de pós-graduação

Palabras clave: satisfacción con la vida, procastinación, bienestar, postgraduados

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El presente estudio tiene por objeto conocer en qué medida la procrastinación académica y el bienestar subjetivo están relacionados con la satisfacción con la posgraduación. Los participantes del estudio fueron 263 estudiantes de posgrado, con edad media de 29 años (DE = 6.48), siendo la mayoría del sexo masculino (67.3%), soltera (60.1%) y en el máster (58%), los cuales respondieron a la Escala de Procrastinación Académica, Escala de Satisfacción con el Programa de Postgrado, Escala de Satisfacción con la Vida, Escala de Afectos Positivos y. Negativos y preguntas demográficas. Los resultados indicaron que la procrastinación académica (-) y el bienestar subjetivo (+) predijeron la satisfacción con el programa de postgrado. Este modelo probado presentó indicadores de ajuste adecuados (χ² / gl = 3.18, GFI = 0.98, AGFI = 0.93, CFI = 0.97, RMSEA = 0.091 y Pclose = 0.09). Se concluye que la procrastinación académica y el bienestar subjetivo son variables importantes para comprender la satisfacción con el programa de postgrado, favoreciendo intervenciones que proporcionen una mejor adaptación al contexto de postgrado.

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2020-03-02
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Ana Karla Silva Soares, Lechuga de Andrade Filho, J. A., Costa Ribeiro, M. G., & Teixeira Rezende, A. (2020). Avaliando o papel da procrastinação acadêmica e bem-estar subjetivo na predição da satisfação com o programa de pós-graduação. Ciencias Psicológicas, 14(1), e-2078. https://doi.org/10.22235/cp.v14i1.2078
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