El papel de los factores familiares y la autorregulación: problemas de comportamiento en adolescentes de Georgia

Palabras clave: adolescencia, conductas problema, delincuencia juvenil, autoregulación, modelado paterno

Resumen

El objetivo de este estudio es evaluar los factores psicosociales del comportamiento problemático de los adolescentes. Dentro de esta investigación, se evaluaron las relaciones entre la estructura familiar, el modelado parental, el monitoreo parental y la autorregulación de los adolescentes. Los datos se recopilaron mediante cuestionarios de autoinforme. La muestra consistió en 150 participantes de 14 a 17 años. Sesenta adolescentes estaban en conflicto con la ley, y los otros 90 adolescentes que no tenían ese contacto con el sistema legal. Los resultados muestran que más adolescentes en conflicto con la ley viven más a menudo en familias monoparentales que sus pares que no tienen una experiencia similar. Al mismo tiempo, los adolescentes que viven con padres solteros de promedio puntúan más alto de conducta problemática y más bajo de monitoreo parental. Los análisis de correlación y regresión revelaron que los modelos de comportamiento problemático de los padres y el monitoreo parental son predictores estadísticamente significativos del comportamiento problemático de los adolescentes. En el presente estudio, se reveló que la autorregulación es un correlato significativo del comportamiento problemático de los adolescentes, y que los factores familiares median en la relación entre autorregulación y el comportamiento problemático. Los resultados también confirman la importancia de un enfoque para la prevención del comportamiento desviado centrado principalmente en las medidas de apoyo familiar.

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2019-11-18
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Bandzeladze, T., Arutiunov, L., & Espinosa, P. (2019). El papel de los factores familiares y la autorregulación: problemas de comportamiento en adolescentes de Georgia. Revista De Estudios E Investigación En Psicología Y Educación, 6(2), 146-155. https://doi.org/10.17979/reipe.2019.6.2.5775
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