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Sauleda Andersson, Anna Carolina (2017)
Publisher: Universidad Francisco de Vitoria
Languages: Spanish; Castilian
Types: Bachelor thesis
Subjects: Bienestar psicológico, Inteligencia emocional, Adolescencia
En este trabajo se presenta una investigación transversal y ex post facto sobre la relación entre la inteligencia emocional y el bienestar psicológico en población adolescente. Además, se estudió mediante un análisis de regresión en qué medida la primera predice la segunda. Los análisis se realizaron según el género. La muestra consistió en 486 alumnos con edades entre 13-16 años (178 mujeres y 308 hombres) de dos colegios privados en la ciudad de Cuenca, Ecuador. Para medir la inteligencia emocional se utilizó la adaptación castellana y la versión abreviada del Trait Meta Mood Scale (TMMS-24; Fernández- Berrocal, Extremera & Ramos, 2004) y para estudiar el bienestar psicológico se recurrió a la Escala de Bienestar Psicológico para Adolescentes (BIEPS-J; Casullo, 2002). Los resultados obtenidos muestran mayores niveles de las dos variables estudiadas en los hombres frente a las mujeres. Además se obtuvieron altas correlaciones entre las variables en ambos géneros. Por último, el análisis de regresión evidenció que la inteligencia emocional tuvo una capacidad predictiva leve sobre el bienestar, tanto en hombres y mujeres. This study presents a transversal and ex-post-facto research on the relationship between emotional intelligence and psychological wellbeing in adolescents. In addition, it was studied in what extent the first predicts the second trough a regression analysis. All the analysis were studied in each gender. The sample consisted of 486 students aged 13-16 (178 women and 308 men) of two private schools in the city of Cuenca, Ecuador. In order to measure emotional intelligence, the Spanish adaptation and the abbreviated version of the Trait Meta Mood Scale (TMMS-24; Fernández-Berrocal, Extremera & Ramos, 2004) was used, and psychological wellbeing was studied trough the Psychological Well- Being scale for Adolescents (BIEPS-J, Casullo, 2002). The results show higher levels in men compared to women, in the two studied variables. In addition, high correlations were 3 observed between the variables in both genders. Finally, regression analysis showed that emotional intelligence had a predictive capacity on psychological wellbeing in both men and women. pre-print 736 KB

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