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Javier Cejudo

Lidia Losada

Juan Carlos Pérez-González

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Resumen

A partir del Inventario de Autoeficacia para Inteligencias Múltiples (IAMI), desarrollado en Argentina por Pérez, Beltramino y Cupani (2003), presentamos una adaptación abreviada para adolescentes españoles (IAMI-M40). IAMI evalúa la autoeficacia que los adolescentes tienen sobre las distintas inteligencias múltiples (IIMM) propuestas por Gardner (1999). En una muestra de estudiantes españoles de educación secundaria de 11 a 19 años (n=313), se evaluó su inteligencia fluida (PMA-R), cristalizada (16-PF-R), y emocional (TEIQue-ASF), y su nivel de IIMM mediante una adaptación española. El análisis factorial exploratorio de la adaptación española identificó ocho factores correspondientes a cada tipo de inteligencia del modelo de Gardner (1999), reteniendo 40 ítems de los 69 originales. Los resultados avalan la fiabilidad y la validez convergente del IAMI-M40.

Keywords

inteligencias múltiples, autoeficacia, validación, autoinforme, adolescentesmultiple intelligences, self-efficacy, validation, self-report, adolescents

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Cejudo, J., Losada, L., & Pérez-González, J. C. (2017). Inteligencias múltiples y su relación con inteligencias cognitiva y emocional en adolescentes. Universitas Psychologica, 16(3), 1-13. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.upsy16-3.imri
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