Title: Bases cognitivas de los comportamientos prosociales en adultos jóvenes
Authors: Manrique García, Vivian Yohana
Sarmiento Mancipe, Andrés Leonardo
Ardila Cubillos, Diana Carolina
Mendoza Guerrero, Andrea Catalina
Monroy Lancheros, Angie Catalina
Montoya Arévalo, Samuel Esteban
Rojas Estupiñán, Daniel Andrés
Director(s): Aguilar Pardo, David Ricardo, dir.
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: Manrique García, V. Y., Sarmiento Mancipe, A. L., Ardila Cubillos, D. C., Mendoza Guerrero, A. C., Monroy Lancheros, A. C. & Montoya Arévalo, S. E. (2017). Bases cognitivas de los comportamientos prosociales en adultos jóvenes. Trabajo de Grado. Universidad Católica de Colombia. Facultad de Psicología. Bogotá, Colombia
Abstract: Este trabajo buscó identificar en 42 adultos jóvenes comportamientos prosociales, los procesos cognitivos y las funciones ejecutivas influenciaron los comportamientos altruistas. Se realizó una exploración de las funciones ejecutivas y los procesos cognitivos por medio de la aplicación del instrumento BANFE, un cuestionario de auto-reporte y la batería de dilemas clásica las cuales fueron calificadas, analizadas e interpretadas respectivamente.
Description: Trabajo de Investigación
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