Autoesquemas y habilidades sociales en adolescentes con diagnóstico de labio y paladar hendido

Pensamiento psicológico, ISSN 1657-8961, Nº. 10, 2008, pags. 123-135 01/2008;
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ABSTRACT The purpose of this research was to evaluate the relationship of the self-schemes and social skills of 49 adolescents of both genres with a diagnosis of cleft lip andpalate in the city of Medellin, Colombia. The design of the study was exploratorydescriptive-transversal-correlational. The Schemes Questionnaire (CIE) and the Scale of Social Skills EHS were used as instruments. The outcomes did not demonstrate clinically significant levels in the variables of the study; the scores of the self-schemes and the social skills reported by the adolescents with cleft lip and palate were generally good. Finally, the whole study had a Cronbach Alfa above .70 O objetivo da presente investigação foi avaliar a relação dos autoesquemas e as habilidades sociais de 49 adolescentes de ambos gêneros com diagnóstico de Lábio e Paladar Fendido da cidade de Medellín, Colômbia. O desenho do estudo foi exploratório-descritivo-transversal-correlacional. Se utilizaram como instrumentos o Questionário de Esquemas CIE e a Escala de Habilidades Sociais EHS. Os resultados não evidenciaram níveis clinicamente significativos nas variáveis do estudo, em nível geral os puntajes dos autoesquemas e as habilidades sociais reportados pelos adolescentes com Lábio e Paladar Fendido foram bons. Por último, todo o estudo teve um alfa de cronbach superior a .70

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