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Estado del arte, y perspectiva actual del concepto de bienestar psicológico en psicología del deporte

Revista Latinoamericana de Psicología 01/2009;
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ABSTRACT La Teoría del bienestar Psicológico (Ryff, 1989) constituye uno de los eslabones fundamentales de la psicología positiva, la cual ha estado enmarcada principalmente entre dos perspectivas que explican un modelo de mundo y un modelo de sujeto (Díaz, 2006). Ryff (1989) enuncia su modelo bautizado como "Modelo Integrado de Desarrollo Personal" (Integrated Model of Personal Develoment). Considerando que el deporte y la vida deportiva son actividades que requieren ser resistentes, alta capacidad volitiva, autonomía, poseer desafíos, plantearse objetivos, cumplir metas, crecer como persona, adaptarse a los distintos ambientes y cambios y para ello, relacionarse positivamente con el entorno, ser saludable, y mantener un control sobre lo que se hace, es por eso que nos detendremos en el concepto, y el análisis del bienestar psicológico y sus implicancias en el deporte y la psicología del deporte, desde el enfoque de Carol Ryff.

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