Andrea Roldán-Barrios

Andrea Roldán-Barrios
University of Cordoba (Spain) | UCO · Department of Psychology

Master of Education
Ph.D. student granted with FPU pre-doctoral contract.


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July 2018 - September 2020
Fundación Diagrama
  • Social educator
September 2014 - July 2018
University of Cordoba (Spain)
Field of study
  • Education


Publications (5)
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The psychometric properties of the Spanish version of the Parental Stress Scale (PSS) scale have not been verified on the Spanish population. Similarly, the literature on gender differences and parental stress is inconclusive, and there is little evidence of their relationship with life satisfaction. To analyze the psychometric properties of the Sp...
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This research work had three objectives: (1) to analyze the psychometric properties of the Spanish version of the Work–Family Guilt Scale, (2) to examine its invariance according to gender, and (3) to study the relationship between work–family guilt (WFG) and the different proposed antecedent (e.g., hours spent working, social support, rumination,...
En los últimos años, la culpa se ha convertido en una de las emociones vinculada a la parentalidad que más se está estudiando, en especial aquella derivada del conflicto familia-trabajo. Los efectos negativos de la culpa vinculada a este conflicto son múltiples, siendo la merma en la satisfacción vital uno de los más reportados. La escasa literatur...
Conference Paper
Title: Review and psychometric analysis of the The Parental Stress Scale (PSS). Name and affiliation of the authors: Roldán-Barrios, Andrea and Gómez-Ortiz, Olga. University of Cordoba. Purpose: To verify the psychometric properties of the Spanish version of The Parental Stress Scale (PSS) developed by Cohen et al. (1983). This scale measures the...


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