Efectos del apego seguro y el riesgo psicosocial en los problemas infantiles interiorizados y exteriorizados / Effects of secure attachment and psychosocial risk in children's internalizing and externalizing problems

José Javier Moya Arroyo, Purificación Sierra García, Carolina del Valle, Miguel Ángel Carrasco Ortiz

Resumen


El apego seguro al cuidador principal es un promotor del desarrollo. El objetivo del estudio fue explorar el papel moderador y/o mediador del apego dentro de un modelo de relaciones entre el contexto psicosocial de los niños y su ajuste psicológico. La muestra estaba compuesta por dos grupos equivalentes: uno de riesgo psicosocial procedente de un centro tutelado de menores de la Comunidad de Madrid (n=30; 60% varones) y otro grupo de niños provenientes de un entorno familiar normativo (n=30; 58% varones). La edad media en ambos grupos fue de 5.45 años. Nuestros resultados sugieren el papel del apego como un potencial mecanismo explicativo de las relaciones entre riesgo psicosocial y problemas de ajuste en los niños. Se discuten las implicaciones teóricas y prácticas de estos resultados.

 


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seguridad del apego; contexto de riesgo psicosocial; ajuste psicológico

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