Konstanze Schoeps

Konstanze Schoeps
University of Valencia | UV · Departamento de Personalidad, Evaluación y Tratamientos Psicológicos

Doctor in Psychology

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May 2015 - April 2018
University of Valencia
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Publications (53)
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The pandemic context presents remarkable psychological challenges for adolescents and young adults. The aim of the present work was to construct and study the psychometric properties of a scale in Spanish language (W-COV) to measure their worries related to the pandemic. Participants were 5559 people aged between 14 and 25 years old (M = 19.05; SD...
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The aim of this study was to test whether resilience and life satisfaction (two traditional protective factors) mediate between COVID‐19 related worries and the development of symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress in adolescents and young adults. Participants involved 392 adolescents and young adults (70.20% female) aged between 12 and 25 yea...
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BACKGROUND: As a result of national lockdown due to the COVID-19 outbreak, teachers were forced to suspend their classes and replace them with online teaching and home schooling. Additional stressors such as competing family responsibility have increased their worries and mental health problems. The aim of this study was to determine the impact of...
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The ongoing pandemic has dramatically disrupted daily life, increasing the risk of developing psychiatric disorders and poor mental wellbeing. The compound effects of social, political and psychological stressors have increased psychological symptoms among adolescents and young people, with worries about COVID-19 playing a central role in the clini...
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En las últimas décadas han aumentado las tasas de depresión y ansiedad en adultos emergentes en comparación con otros grupos de edad. El objetivo del estudio fue examinar la relación entre inteligencia emocional y problemas psicológicos, teniendo en cuenta el rol mediador de los factores emocionales como empatía, autoestima y felicidad. Participaro...
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In the last decades, the rates of depression and anxiety in emerging adults have increased compared to other age groups. The aim of the study was to examine the relationship between emotional intelligence and psychological problems, considering the mediating role of emotional factors such as empathy, self-esteem, and happiness. The participants wer...
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Previous literature on the psychological impact of COVID-19 has shown a direct relationship between family conflicts and psychological distress among parents and their children during the domestic lockdown and social isolation; but there are also opportunities to enhance family bonding, encourage collective problem-solving and improve personal rela...
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La pandemia provocada por la COVID-19 es una crisis sin precedentes en la historia reciente, cuyas consecuencias han tenido un impacto mundial. Una de las etapas más vulnerables a los efectos de esta emergencia sanitaria es la adolescencia, pues atraviesan un proceso vital de cambios en diversos aspectos de su vida, y la inestabilidad social y econ...
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Adolescents’ problematic use of the internet and the risk of sexual online victimization are an increasing concern among families, researchers, professionals and society. This study aimed to analyze the interplay between adolescents’ addiction to social networks and internet, body self-esteem and sexual–erotic risk behavior online: sexting, sextort...
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The benefits of emotional intelligence and their alleviating impact on work-related stress among teachers have been gaining salience in this research field. The aim of this study was to analyze the relationship between emotional abilities and the burnout syndrome and whether the affective balance mediates this interplay. Using a structural equation...
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Resumen Los síntomas internalizantes como el estado de ánimo depresivo, las quejas somáticas y la ansiedad de los adolescentes es una preocupación importante y global para los padres, los educadores y los profesionales. Las investigaciones empíricas indican que una elevada autoestima está asociada con la adaptación psicológica y el bienestar emocio...
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Este libro, Manual de educación emocional para docentes (MADEMO), pretende ayudar a los profesionales que trabajan con menores en la tarea de ser maestros emocionales. La capacidad de usar adaptativamente los procesos emocionales o ser emocionalmente inteligente es una habilidad crítica para la docencia, ya que el trabajo educativo es duro e incluy...
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Internalizing symptoms such as depressive mood, somatic complaints and anxiety among adolescents are a major and global concern for parents, educators and professionals. Empirical research suggests that high level of self-esteem during adolescents is associated with psychological adjustment and emotional well-being. This study examines self-esteem...
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La literatura señala que educar en emociones conduce a una mejora en la convivencia, la salud mental y el bienestar, no solo de los alumnos, sino también de los docentes, que cuentan con más recursos para hacer frente a las diferentes exigencias profesionales y el consiguiente desgaste psicológico. Dado los beneficios de la educación emocional para...
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Information and communication technologies provide new opportunities for adolescents to establish and maintain intimate relationships, as well as exploring their sexuality. However, the young population is particularly vulnerable to becoming victims of violence or online abuse. The aim of this study was to understand to which extent the personality...
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The psychological impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on children and adolescents is one of the most prevalent concerns all over the world. Adolescence is a developmental stage of high vulnerability due to the challenges this period entails. Additionally, the health emergency crisis has put adolescents even more at risk of developing mental health prob...
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Objectives Childhood adaptation is essential for proper social‐emotional development. Children growing up in a family context where they feel supported and protected are less vulnerable in the presence of psychopathology. The aim of this study is analysing the impact of parenting styles and the anxious‐depressive symptoms on child adaptation. Desi...
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Adolescents' addictive use of social media and the internet is an increasing concern among parents, teachers, researchers and society. The purpose was to examine the contribution of body self-esteem, personality traits, and demographic factors in the prediction of adolescents' addictive use of social media and the internet. The participants were 44...
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The present study aims to determine the effects of an intervention program based on Mayer and Salovey’s (1997) model of emotional intelligence. A total of 250 university students participated in this study (mean = 21.89; standard deviation = 2.60; 75.20% women), who were randomized to experimental group (number of subjects = 63) and control group (...
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Attachment theories postulate that during adolescence, peer relationships become more important as a predictor of positive social, emotional and behavioral outcomes. Adolescents develop the ability to empathize with others, which is related to healthy functioning and positive peer relationships. Empathy has been studied as a potential mechanism tha...
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Background: The risk of child grooming has spread exponentially with the massive access of adolescents to social networks and the internet. The aim of the study was to examine the personal factors (body self-esteem and disinhibition) and erotic-sexual factors (sexual initiation strategies and erotic-pornographic sexting) that predict grooming. Me...
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Social and emotional factors such as emotional competence and self-esteem are protective factors that promote adolescent mental health and well-being. In this paper, we will examine the combined contribution of these socio-emotional factors in addition to personal factors, in the prediction of psychological adjustment and subjective well-being in a...
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Attachment relationships with parents, as well as emotional competencies, are protective factors against stress and other physical, mental, and relational health symptoms in adolescence. In this paper, we will examine the mediating role of emotional competencies in the relationship between attachment to parents and the well-being of adolescents, ta...
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A great part of the research in adolescent popularity is based on sociometric methods, not always distinguishing between social preference (acceptance or likeability) and perceived popularity (visibility or salience), which has practical and theoretical implications. The aim of this work was to analyze the features that a sample of 406 Spanish adol...
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Todos los actos antisociales, incluidos la violencia y el acoso escolar, lo son dentro de la colectividad en la que se producen y son un reflejo de esa colectividad. Este estudio se centra en el discurso espontáneo de 406 adolescentes entre 15 y 21 años sobre el acoso escolar. El análisis cualitativo de los datos permite inferir cuatro principios d...
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The literature reveals multiple benefits of emotional education in adolescents’ development. This study examines the effects perceived by participants in the Emotional Education Programme for Adolescents (PREDEMA), which is based on the ability model of emotional intelligence and assumes a dialogical paradigm geared at meaningful learning. A total...
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BACKGROUND Based on Mayer and Salovey's model of emotional intelligence, this study examined whether perceived stress mediates the interplay of emotional intelligence and life satisfaction for girls and boys during early and middle adolescence. METHODS Using multigroup structural equation modeling with questionnaire data from a sample of Spanish a...
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Introduction and objectives: Work-related stress and emotional distress among schoolteachers are considered a serious concern in the educational context. Research has shown the beneficial effects of emotional abilities on burnout and psychological problems. Based on the Ability Model of Emotional Intelligence, we designed an emotional-skills traini...
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Emotional competence and self-esteem in adolescence: impact on psychological adjustment. The ability to process and manage one’s own feelings and those of others in order to attend and solve emotional problems is part of the emotional competences. The development of these skills during adolescence influences positively their personal, social and sc...
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A growing body of research focuses on the concept and assessment of emotional competence due to the positive impact on positive youth development such as well-being. The Emotional Skills and Competences Questionnaire (ESCQ) has shown good psychometric properties in a cross-cultural setting. This study provides further evidence of the factorial stru...
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La proyección de la ONU (2014) para el año 2050 es un acelerado crecimiento de la población de mayores de 65 años, llegando a conformar el 35% de la población total de España (Aunión, 2014). En relación con su calidad de vida (Barroso, Abad y Valle, 2015), se ha demostrado que las TIC ofrecen importantes oportunidades para la mejora de procesos psi...
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Bullying behavior alters the way in which students coexist together in the classroom and negatively affects adolescents’ well-being. Research highlights the importance of emotional skills in promoting positive youth development and optimal social functioning. Therefore, education in these skills is a potential target for interventions aimed at redu...
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La satisfacción con los vínculos sociales, y en especial con la relación de pareja, tiene una influencia directa sobre la salud física y mental, así como sobre el bienestar de los jóvenes. La etapa universitaria, generalmente coincidente con la juventud, es un momento óptimo para fomentar las relaciones de pareja saludables, ya que es cuando los ro...
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The development of social-emotional competence has shown benefits in multiple areas such as physical and mental health, interpersonal relationships, academic and work performance of both children and adults. The present study aims to determine the effects of an intervention program based on Mayer and Salovey’s (1997) model of emotional intelligence...
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Stress and subsequent burnout syndrome are the most common psychological problems among school teachers, threating their health and well-being. Prior research shows that developing emotional competence may increase the ability to cope with stressful situations and combat burnout in the workplace. Therefore, it was deemed important to design a progr...
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An unadapted personality manifests in a poor emotional stability under stress situations. The aim of this study is to determine the correlation between personality traits and coping with stressful situations. Participants were 120 people between 18 and 47 years of age (M= 24.78; SD= 6.36) without diagnosed mental disorders. Stress Coping Questionna...
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The Emotional Skills and Competencies Questionnaire (ESCQ-21) is based on the emotional intelligence model of Mayer and Salovey (1997) and evaluates the skills of comprehension, expression and regulation of emotions. The aim of this study was to explore gender and age differences in a sample of adolescents. A total of 702 Spanish adolescents aged b...
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Personality traits may modulate family cohesion and adaptability in romantic relationships, as well as guarantee greater satisfaction and well-being. This study aimed to analyze personal and family variables and their influence in spouses' lives satisfaction. Participants were 182 married heterosexual couples, aged from 27 to 54. The Spanish versio...
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When young people enter university they have a difficult time and it usually involves an increase in stress levels, as well as putting their personal resources at stake. However, developing emotional skills can improve their performance and personal well-being. The aim of this study was to analyze participants’ perceived learning during an emotiona...
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The study examined the relationship between similarity in Big Five personality factors, Family Functioning and individual life satisfaction in married couples.
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The study aims to show whether personality traits and family functioning are related to spouses’ life satisfaction.
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La conciencia emocional es la competencia emocional básica, que hace referencia a diferencias individuales en la forma de ser consciente del funcionamiento emocional. Los estados de ánimo se definen como estados difusos que aparecen sin motivo específico y se prolongan el tiempo. Ambos intervienen en múltiples procesos que modulan conductas y proce...
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Theory and research suggest that the personality characteristics that each spouse brings to a relationship are related to marital and life satisfaction. Furthermore, a variety of studies have shown that Emotional Stability, Agreeableness, and Conscientiousness are strongly related to relationship satisfaction, which in turn benefits spouses’ satisf...

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Assessment of children's adolescents' emotional, family and social characteristics. Development of children's and adolescents' emotional competences.