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Lucía Herrera Torres

Rafael Enrique Buitrago Bonilla

Sergio Cepero Espinosa

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Resumen

Este artículo analiza la Inteligencia Emocional (IE) de niños colombianos de educación primaria en función de su contexto (rural o urbano) y género. La muestra final fue de 1451 estudiantes de cuarto y quinto curso de tres provincias del departamento de Boyacá. Se empleó el Inventario de Cociente Emocional: versión para jóvenes ([EQ-i: YV]; Bar-On & Parker, 2000) para la recogida de información. Tanto la fiabilidad como la validez del EQ-i: YV fueron determinados para esta muestra. Los resultados principales revelaron diferencias en la IE de acuerdo con el contexto. En general, la IE fue más alta en el contexto urbano que en el rural. Además, las puntuaciones en las dimensiones interpersonal y adaptabilidad diferían según el género. Adicionalmente, la necesidad de futuras investigaciones y el desarrollo de programas de aprendizaje socio-emocional en las escuelas son discutidas.

Keywords

inteligencia emocional, niños colombianos, escuela primaria, contexto, géneroemotional intelligence, Colombian children, primary school, location, gender

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Herrera Torres, L., Buitrago Bonilla, R. E., & Cepero Espinosa, S. (2017). Inteligencia emocional en niños colombianos de educación primaria. Análisis por contexto y género. Universitas Psychologica, 16(3), 1-10. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.upsy16-3.eips
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