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José Concepción Gaxiola Romero

Eunice Gaxiola Villa

Martha Frías Armenta

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Resumen

Según la teoría del desarrollo de la psicopatología, algunas trayectorias del desarrollo resultan en adaptación, otras en psicopatología. Nuestra hipótesis es que algunas variables positivas son funcionales a la adaptación psicológica y participan en nicho adaptativos, que son contextos donde regularmente encontramos las competencias adaptativas, como el estilo de crianza positivo materno. El objetivo del estudio fue probar en un modelo de trayectorias, la interdependencia funcional del estilo positivo materno, usando una muestra de 254 madres, seleccionadas de las escuelas donde sus hijos o hijas estudiaban. Las variables medidas en el modelo fueron cohesión social del vecindario, apoyo social de la familia, salud percibida, autorregulación, autoestima y bienestar psicológico. Los resultados apoyan la hipótesis y muestran la interrelación funcional de las variables en el modelo probado, y también la presencia de un nicho adaptativo en el contexto del estilo positivo materno, que puede ser usado como ejemplo para futuras investigaciones.

Keywords

adaptación psicológica, competencias positivas, desarrollo psicológico, estilo positivo maternopositive competences, positive maternal style, psychological adaptation, psychological development

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Gaxiola Romero, J. C., Gaxiola Villa, E., & Frías Armenta, M. (2017). Variables Contextuales e Individuales Relacionadas con la Crianza Positiva Materna. Universitas Psychologica, 16(2), 1-12. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.upsy16-2.vcir
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