Relaciones familiares, calidad de vida y competencia social en adolescentes y jóvenes colombianos

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Sonia Carrillo

Karen Ripoll-Nuñez

Karen Ripoll-Nuñez

Victoria Cabrera

Victoria Cabrera

Hammer Bastidas

Hammer Bastidas

Resumen

El propósito principal del estudio fue evaluar el papel de las relaciones afectivas dentro de la familia  y su influencia en dos aspectos centrales del funcionamiento del individuo: la competencia social y la calidad de vida, en una muestra de 103 adolescentes y jóvenes adultos colombianos. Los resultados mostraron asociaciones significativas diferentes para hombres y mujeres entre los subsistemas familiares, la calidad de vida y la competencia social de los participantes. Se discuten los resultados con base en la literatura sobre efectos diferenciales de las relaciones familiares en el bienestar psicológico y social de los adolescentes y
jóvenes.

 

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relaciones familiares, calidad de vida, competencia social
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