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Relaciones entre iguales, conducta prosocial y género desde la educación primaria hasta la universitaria en Colombia

Universitas Psychologica (Colombia) Num.2 Vol.9 01/2009;
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Relaciones entre iguales, categoría sociométrica, conducta prosocial, conducta antisocial, género, popular, rechazado, excluido, controvertido, Relaciones humanas, conducta prosocial [apa psynet], conducta antisocial, sociometría. Relaciones entre iguales, categoría sociométrica, conducta prosocial, conducta antisocial, género, popular, rechazado, excluido, controvertido, Relaciones humanas, conducta prosocial [apa psynet], conducta antisocial, sociometría. Relaciones entre iguales, categoría sociométrica, conducta prosocial, conducta antisocial, género, popular, rechazado, excluido, controvertido, Relaciones humanas, conducta prosocial [apa psynet], conducta antisocial, sociometría.

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    • "En la actualidad cada vez se pueden localizar más estudios cuya línea temática se centran directamente o consideran entre sus variables la importancia del rol de género (Jiménez-García et al., 2013; Laliena, 2010; Martínez-Leon, Arcas-Lario, y García-Hernandez, 2011). Con respecto al género, estudios previos (Plazas et al., 2010; Redondo y Guevara, 2012) encuentran mayor comportamiento prosocial y menos conducta agresiva en el género femenino en comparación con el masculino. Otros estudios encuentran también en la mujer mayor predisposición empática (Galán, Romero, Morillo y Alarcón, 2014; Mestre-Escrivá, Frías-Navarro, y Samper-García, 2004). "

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