Title: Comparación de la salud subjetiva entre prototipos de personalidad recuperados en población general de México
Other Titles: Comparison of subjective health between personality prototypes extracted from general population of Mexico
Comparação da saúde subjetiva entre protótipos de personalidade em população geral do México
Authors: Solís-Cámara, Pedro
Meda Lara, Rosa Martha
Moreno Jiménez, Bernardo
Palomera Chávez, Andrés
Juárez Rodríguez, Pedro
Keywords: DISCIPLINADO
NO-RESILIENTE
PERSONALIDAD
PROTOTIPOS
RESILIENTE
SALUD
SELF DISCIPLINED
NON-RESILIENT
PERSONALITY
PROTOTYPES
RESILIENT
HEALTH
NÃO RESILIENTE
PERSONALIDADE
SAÚDE
Issue Date: Jan-2018
Publisher: Universidad Católica de Colombia. Facultad de Psicología
Citation: Solís-Cámara, P., Meda Lara, R., Moreno Jiménez, B., Palomera Chávez, A., & Juárez Rodríguez, P. (2017). Comparación de la salud subjetiva entre prototipos de personalidad recuperados en población general de México-Comparison of subjective health between personality prototypes extracted from general population of Mexico. Comparação da saúde subjetiva entre protótipos de personalidade em população geral do México. Acta Colombiana de Psicología, 20(2). Recuperado de http://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/ojsucatolica/revistas_ucatolica/index.php/acta-colombiana-psicologia/article/view/1115
Abstract: El objetivo de este estudio fue obtener prototipos de personalidad en población general de México y comparar la salud subjetiva entre ellos. En total, participaron 994 individuos de 14 a 63 años de edad. Se evaluaron cinco rasgos de personalidad (Neuroticismo, Extraversión, Apertura, Responsabilidad y Amabilidad) con el NEO-FFI, y la salud subjetiva con el GHQ-12 y una pregunta sobre el estado de salud. Para corroborar la consistencia de los prototipos se dividió la muestra en dos grupos de edad: joven (de 14 a 25 años) y maduro (de 26 a 63 años). Y como resultado se recuperaron tres prototipos en ambos grupos: las personas Resilientes -bajo neuroticismo y alto en el resto de los rasgos-, quienes tuvieron la mejor salud subjetiva; las No-Resilientes -alto neuroticismo y bajo en el resto de los rasgos-, que presentaron la peor salud subjetiva; y las personas Disciplinadas -alto en responsabilidad y promedio en los otros rasgos-, que presentaron una salud subjetiva intermedia en comparación con los otros prototipos. Finalmente, la autodisciplina y la resiliencia fueron los rasgos que discriminaron mejor la buena salud. Los hallazgos se discuten en términos de la generalización de prototipos a través de culturas.
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