Comparación de plaguy, aceptación molesta y estudiantes normales desde el aspecto de la ansiedad, el procesamiento emocional y la conciencia mental en estudiantes de primaria elemental de la ciudad de Mehriz

  • Sajjad Mohammadnia Mazvirabadi University of Taft
Palabras clave: ansiedad, procesamiento emocional, conciencia mental, plagas, aceptación molesta.

Resumen

El objetivo de esta investigación fue la comparación de plaguy, aceptación molesta y estudiantes normales desde el aspecto de la ansiedad, el procesamiento emocional y la conciencia mental en estudiantes varones de cuarta primaria en el año escolar 2018-2019. La comunidad estadística de esta investigación consistió en todos los estudiantes varones de la cuarta escuela primaria de la ciudad de Mehriz. El número de grupos de muestra fue de 124 personas (30 personas del grupo plaguy, 32 personas del molesto grupo de aceptación y 62 personas del grupo normal) que se seleccionaron al azar. Las herramientas de investigación incluyeron el cuestionario revisado Olweus Bully / Victim (ROBVQ), la Escala de ansiedad multidimensional para niños (MASC), la Escala de procesamiento emocional (EPS) y el Cuestionario de atención plena de cinco hechos (FFMQ). Los resultados mostraron que existe una diferencia significativa entre plaguy, aceptación molesta y estudiantes normales en el aspecto de ansiedad, procesamiento emocional y conciencia mental a un nivel p <0.001. La alta ansiedad, el bajo procesamiento emocional y la conciencia mental fueron más frecuentes en los estudiantes que otros dos grupos de aceptación molesta y estudiantes normales. Por lo tanto, mediante intervenciones educativas adecuadas, es posible reducir los comportamientos plaguy y, en consecuencia, disminuir el problema psicológico de plaguy y la molesta aceptación de los estudiantes.

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2019-06-30
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Mazvirabadi, S. M. (2019). Comparación de plaguy, aceptación molesta y estudiantes normales desde el aspecto de la ansiedad, el procesamiento emocional y la conciencia mental en estudiantes de primaria elemental de la ciudad de Mehriz. Religación. Revista De Ciencias Sociales Y Humanidades, 4(16), 253-261. Recuperado a partir de http://revista.religacion.com/index.php/about/article/view/240