Andrés Concha-Salgado

Andrés Concha-Salgado
Universidad de La Frontera · Department of Psychology

Doctor en Psicología

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Introduction
Andrés Concha-Salgado currently works at the Department of Psychology , Universidad de La Frontera. Andrés does research in Quantitative Psychology and Psychometrics.

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Publications (18)
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La finalidad de este estudio instrumental fue evaluar las propiedades psicométricas del Manual para la Va-loración del riesgo de Violencia contra la pareja sara (the spousal assault risk assessment) por medio de la adaptación y de la obtención de indicadores de validez concurrente y diagnóstica y de consistencia interna. La muestra estuvo conformad...
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This article presents the results of the analysis of psychometric properties of the Economic and Financial Literacy Test (TAEF-E) after its application in 811 high school students from nine educational establishments in the cities of Santiago (48.6%) and Temuco (51.4%) and whose sample had a 52.5% participation of women. For the study, three scales...
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Esta presentación contiene un resumen no exhaustivo de la 7ma. Edición del Manual de la APA (2020)
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Guía de uso de Mendeley y búsqueda bibliográfica en bases de datos científicas para trabajos de investigación
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This study sought to verify whether the constructs measured on the WISC-V are equivalent according to sex and age group in Chilean students to substantiate intergroup comparisons. For this, the measurement invariance of two variants of the five-factor intelligence model was explored with the ten primary subtests (hierarchical and oblique) using mul...
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Introduction: Research has evaluated the impact of COVID-19 pandemic and lockdowns on individuals' life satisfaction, but wellbeing interrelations between family members in this context have been less explored. This study examined the spillover and crossover effects of one parent's job satisfaction (JS), satisfaction with family life (SWFaL) and s...
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Introduction Attitudes toward abortion are related to structural, cultural, and direct gender-based violence. This violence can affect women’s mental, physical and reproductive health. Therefore, it is essential to know the nature of community attitudes toward abortion. Since we currently do not have an instrument that measures attitudes towards ab...
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Moral disengagement is a process of cognitive restructuring that allows individuals to disassociate from their internal moral standards and behave unethically without feeling distressed. It has been described as a key predictor of maladaptive behaviors (e.g., delinquency, aggression, and cyberbullying) and as a mediator between individual variables...
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the sexual double standard (SDS), this study aimed to evaluate the psychometric properties of the sexual double standard scale (DSS). The sample contained 1036 university students from central and southern Chile. 61.1% (n = 633) were women, the average age was 20.4 years, and 31.7% (n = 259) identified as atheist or agnostic. The DSS demonstrated a...
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We aimed to provide evidence of validity and reliability for the scores of a stressful life events risk assessment in offender and non-offender Chilean adolescents. The design was instrumental. A total of 2,516 adolescents from two previous projects were part of the study. The offender sub-sample (25.36%) was recruited by non-probabilistic convenie...
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Family-to-work conflict has received less attention in the literature compared to work-to-family conflict. This gap in knowledge is more pronounced during the COVID-19 pandemic, despite the documented increase in family responsibilities in detriment of work performance, particularly for women. Job satisfaction has been identified as a mediator betw...
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En Chile, la Escala Wechsler de Inteligencia para niños (WISC-R y WISC-III) se ha utilizado masivamente en población escolar urbana y rural, sin contar con estudios sobre su ajuste psicométrico en este último grupo. El presente estudio exploró las propiedades psicométricas (evidencia de validez de la estructura interna y consistencia interna) de WI...
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Abortion Stigma (AS) is a negative attribute ascribed to women who terminate a pregnancy that marks her as inferior to the ideals of femininity. Based on traditional normative gender codes, religious groups are identified in the literature as the most relevant source of AS. To analyse the influence of religiosity on AS and the mediating effect of s...
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Evidence from several longitudinal studies has established the relevance of the approach of evolutionary criminology to understanding and intervening with adolescent criminal offenders, seeking to halt the criminal behavior before its potential consolidation in adulthood. The aim of this study is to present the psychometric properties of the Crimin...
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The FER-R, Risk and Resource Assessment Form, is a multidimensional inventory of structured professional judgment that assesses criminogenic risks and resources for the design and management of individualized intervention plans with criminally sanctioned adolescents. The aim of this study was to examine the psychometric properties of the FER-R, rev...
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Abstract: We have experienced sociocultural changes, which have favored the development of egalitarian gender role attitudes (GRA). Nevertheless, the revolution in gender roles is incomplete, and the lack of equity in social structures limits the individual experiences in equality. In the face of this reality, the scientific community is demanding...
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El uso adecuado y ético de test psicológicos implica la revisión de diversas evidencias de validez, dentro de las cuales el examen de la invarianza factorial, permite establecer la equivalencia y/o explorar la imparcialidad de los instrumentos cuando estos se utilizan en diversos grupos culturales. En Chile, la Escala Wechsler de Inteligencia para...

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