Isabel Martinez

Isabel Martinez
University of Castilla-La Mancha · Departamento de Psicología

PhD

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The present study analyzes the relationship between parental socialization practices, acceptance/involvement, and strictness/imposition, and different indicators of adolescent adjustment, taking into account the role of family self-esteem. A sample of 848 Spanish adolescents (54.70% females) ranging in age from 14 to 18 years old (M = 16.11, SD = 1...
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The present study analyzes the impact of parenting styles on adolescents' self-esteem and internalization of social values in three countries, Spain, Portugal and Brazil. The sample of the study was comprised of 2091 adolescents from Spain (n = 793), Portugal (n = 675), and Brazil (n = 623) from 12-18 years old (52.1% females). The four types of pa...
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This study analyzes the relationship of parental involvement and school adjustment among secondary students considering their school integration, school satisfaction, and prosocial disposition. The analysis also considers academic performance through the grade retention. Study sample was 1043 Spanish adolescents aged between 12 and 17 years (51.5%...
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We propose a new paradigm with three historical stages for an optimal parenting style (i.e., indulgent parenting style), which extends the traditional paradigm of only two stages (i.e., authoritarian and authoritative parenting styles). The three stages concur, at the same time, in different environments, context, and cultures. We studied the third...
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Recent research that relates parenting with adolescent adjustment has shown the importance of considering the cultural context of the relationship. New results are emerging when considering the classical four-typologies model of parental socialization in some European and South-American countries. Among the instruments used in this emergent researc...
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Self-concept is widely conceptualized as multidimensional (Shavelson et al., 1976). The Five-Factor Self-Concept Questionnaire (AF5, García and Musitu, 2009) assesses five specific dimensions (i.e., academic, social, emotional, family, and physical). It is a psychometrically sound questionnaire, developed, and normed in Spain, which is widely used...
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This study analyzes the parenting styles that could act as risk or protective factors for bullying and cyberbullying victimization in Spain, considering the predisposition to aggression of the adolescents. The protective or risk effect of parenting styles for adolescents’ related behavior such as antisocial behavior, school adjustment, and self-est...
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Parenting styles have traditionally been studied following the classical two-dimensional orthogonal model of parental socialization. The Parental Socialization Scale ESPA29 is used to measure the four styles of parental socialization through the acceptance/involvement and strictness/imposition dimensions. The ESPA29 scale is a developmentally appro...
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The present chapter outlines a number of studies on parental socialization carried out in Brazil. Different conceptualizations of the socialization process are analyzed, pointing out the role that the social and cultural contexts play in the socialization process. Next, some differential characteristics of Brazil are highlighted. The role of the fa...
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El objetivo de este estudio fue analizar el estilo de socializacion familiar como un factor de prevencion o riesgo para el consumo de sustancias con una muestra de 673 adolescentes espanoles de 14-17 anos (M = 15,49; DT = 1,06) de los cuales el 51,7% eran mujeres. Todos ellos completaron la Escala de Estilos de Socializacion Parental en Adolescente...
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The aim of this study was to analyze the parental socialization styles as a protective or a risk factor for substance use in a sample of 673 Spanish adolescents (51.7% were women) aged 14-17 (M = 15.49, SD = 1.06). All participants completed the Parental Socialization Scale (ESPA29) and a scale of substance use. Additionally, they also completed a...
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The ESPA29 parental socialization scale allows for the measuring of four parental styles (authoritative, authoritarian, indulgent, and negligent), considering the parents’ use of different socialization practices considered in this instrument, which are grouped into two factors or two independent dimensions of paternal conduct (acceptance/involvem...
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Validation of a Spanish Scale measuring five areas of self-esteem with a sample of adolescents from the United States.
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Objetivo: Describir la relación que guardan los valores personales y los rasgos de personalidad en pacientes consumidores de cocaína y conocer su especificidad en la explicación de diferentes constructos. Método: Se realizó un estudio en el que se exploró la relación entre estas variables en un grupo de 230 participantes que se encontraban en trata...
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he objective of this study was to analyze the psychometric properties of the Brazilian version of the ESPA29 Parental Socialization Scale (Musitu & García, 2001). This scale allows measuring parental styles - authoritative, authoritarian, indulgent, and negligent - by means of two independent dimensions of parental conduct extracted from parents' u...
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To describe the relationship between personal values and personality traits in cocaine-using patients and analyze their specificity in the explanation of different types of constructs. A study was carried out to explore the association between these variables in a group of 230 patients receiving treatment for cocaine dependence. The Portrait Values...
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El Espacio Europeo de Educación Superior que, tiene en este año 2010 su punto de culminación, plantea mayores esfuerzos para hacer frente a los retos para la incorporación de metodologías activas y de recursos tecnológicos favorecedores de entornos virtuales de aprendizaje (EVA). Por ello, la mejora de la docencia universitaria basada en el aprendi...
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Objetivo: Analizar la relación entre la asistencia a un tratamiento de drogodependencia y los valores de Apertura al cambio (Autodirección, Estimulación y Hedonismo) y Conservación (Tradición, Conformidad y Seguridad) de Schwartz en sujetos consumidores de cocaína. Método: El presente estudio, de naturaleza cuasi-experimental, se realizó sobre una...
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To analyze the relationship between participation in a drug addiction treatment program and Schwartz's values of Openness to change (Self-direction, Stimulation and Hedonism) and Conservation (Tradition, Conformity and Security) in cocaine users. The present quasi-experimental study was carried out on a sample of 411 adult cocaine users, grouped ac...
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The relation between parenting styles and adolescent outcomes was analyzed in a sample of 1,198 15-18-year-old Brazilians. The adolescents were classified into 1 of 4 groups (Authoritative, Authoritarian, Indulgent, and Neglectful) on the basis of their own ratings of their parents on two dimensions: Acceptance/ Involvement and Strictness/Impositio...
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Las prácticas coercitivas se caracterizan por la utilización de acciones agresivas e intrusivas para definir los límites e imponer las normas ante situaciones de indisciplina por parte de los hijos. El presente trabajo analiza el empleo tres tipos de prácticas coercitivas –coerción verbal, coerción física, privación– como técnicas de socialización...
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The relationship of parenting styles with adolescents' outcomes was analyzed within a sample of Spanish adolescents. A sample of 1456 teenagers from 13 to 16 years of age, of whom 54.3% were females, reported on their parents' child-rearing practices. The teenagers' parents were classified into one of four groups (authoritative, authoritarian, indu...
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This study explored the relationship between parenting styles and self-esteem among 1,239 11- to 15-yr.-old Brazilian adolescents (54% girls; M age= 13.4 yr., SD= 1.4). Teenagers' families were classified into 1 of 4 groups (Authoritative, Authoritarian, Indulgent, or Neglectful) based on adolescents' answers to the ESPA29 Parental Socialization Sc...
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Sabemos que las drogas, los consumos y las vivencias asociadas a ellas no son realidades estrictamente objetivas (Megías, 2000; Megías y Rodríguez, 2001). Se trata de realidades que se modifican históricamente conforme lo hacen los contextos y la propia realidad social desde la que se analizan estos aspectos. Por ello, independientemente de que las...
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Tanto el impacto mediático de los últimas noticias sobre violencia en la escuela, como los resultados del reciente Informe PISA y el alto índice de fracaso escolar (el 25,6% de los alumnos abandonan las aulas sin conseguir el título oficial), son suficiente argumento para analizar estos problemas que preocupan tanto a la comunidad educativa y a la...
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Los Departamentos de Orientación y los Servicios Psicopedagógicos Escolares adolecen de un sistema de procesamiento de la información generalizado que permita el tratamiento de los datos académicos, perso-nales y psicopedagógicos de los alumnos. El programa GESDOR, es una herramienta diseñada en valenciano o en castellano, resultado de una innovaci...

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