Evaluación de los cambios en el ajuste psicosocial en bachilleres rurales indígenas = Evaluation of changes in psychosocial adjustment in rural indigenous high school students

José Ángel Vera Noriega, Claudia Karina Rodríguez Carvajal, Cinthia María Valle Duarte, Nohemí Guadalupe Calderón González, Cristopher Pacheco Cárdenas

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The objective was to analyze changes in psychosocial adjustment in high school students at three rural, indigenous campuses in Mexico, using subjective well-being as a dependent variable. The applied instrument contains 250 questions, comprising five traits of psychosocial adjustment: subjective well-being, coping styles, locus of control, self-concept and achievement motivation. A three-year longitudinal design was used to study the generational cohort of students. A multi-factor analysis of variance was employed for repeated measures, finding that the life satisfaction and subjective well-being indicators were the most impacted. The differences between campuses was significant for each one of the measurements, and in all cases, the post hoc test indicates that Oaxaca set a downward comparative difference. The results were interpreted according to Cummins well-being and quality of life theory. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2017 APA, all rights reserved), El objetivo fue analizar los )
Original languageSpanish (Mexico)
Pages (from-to)53-62
Number of pages10
JournalPsicología Iberoamericana
Issue number2
StatePublished - 2016

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