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Psicothema, 2009. Vol. Vol. 21 (nº 4). 548-554




Autorregulación personal y percepción de los comportamientos escolares desadaptativos

Jesús de la Fuente Arias, Francisco Javier Peralta Sánchez y M. Dolores Sánchez Roda*

Universidad de Almería y * Orientadora Escolar

Este estudio tiene como objetivo comprobar en qué grado la capacidad de autorregulación, en la adolescencia media, incide en su percepción de los problemas de desadaptación escolar. La muestra está constituida por 888 adolescentes de 12 a 17 años de edad. El estudio emplea una metodología inferencial, utilizando dos instrumentos, una versión castellana del Cuestionario de Autorregulación Personal (2003, 2007) y el Cuestionario de Problemas de Convivencia Escolar (2007) para medir las variables objeto de estudio. Los resultados de los análisis inferenciales (anovas) sugieren que el grado de autorregulación personal es interdependiente respecto a la percepción de los problemas de desadaptación y convivencia en los centros escolares. Se discuten los resultados e implicaciones para futuras investigaciones.

Personal self-regulation and perceived maladjusted school behaviors. The purpose of this study is to confirm the extent to which subjects’ ability to self-regulate, during mid-adolescence, influences their perception of maladjustment problems. The sample comprised 888 adolescents between 12 and 17 years of age. The study followed an inferential methodology, using two instruments, a Spanish version of the Personal Self-regulation Questionnaire (2003, 2007) and the Cuestionario de Problemas de Desadaptación Escolar [Questionnaire for the Assessment of School Maladjustment Problems] (2007) to measure the variables of interest. Results from the inferential analyses (ANOVAS) suggest that the degree of personal self-regulation is interdependent with respect to perceived maladjustment and relational problems at school. Results and implications for future research are discussed.

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