• N. Weatherly, A. International, R. Malott
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    The purpose of this study was to evaluate two versions of a programmed instruction training program designed to teach undergraduate college students a goal-directed systems [...]

  • J. Noriega, F. Arellanes, H. Freire, I. Millán
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    The present analysis is made about the National Survey Well-being (BIARE, for its acronym in Spanish) constructed by National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI) [...]

  • J. León, T. Rodríguez
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    The article describes the properties psicométricas of the Triangular Scale of the Love of Sternberg (1986) (ETAS). The scale was administered to 455 university students of [...]

  • M. Altamirano, A. Alcaráz, L. García, M. Cáceres
    (2015). Vol. 5

    Abstract
    The aim of the study was to evaluate the results of the treatment program for people who have problems with their drinking developed at Centros de Integración Juvenil, institute [...]

  • E. Velasco, S. Mercado, I. Lagunes
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    The main objective of this research was to generate a reliable and valid scale that assessed dwelling privacy in Mexico City’s population. A scale was developed specifically [...]

  • P. Matus, G. Orozco, S. Aragón, R. Loving
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    Mexico is consistently portrayed as a happy country. Research endeavors, both national and international, show that Mexicos levels of happiness are favorable, although little [...]

  • I. Montero, A. Roda
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    The main aim of our study is to analyze the influence of social support on cardiac illness adjustment and on health recommendations adherence. The sample was 109 patients [...]

  • M. Farfano, C. Ramírez, R. Treviño, F. Treviño, G. Mónica
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    Recent models emphasized the importance in research of beliefs and its appraisal in the etiology and maintenance of OCD. The aim of the present study is the development and [...]

  • J. Medina, Y. Oca, M. Muñoz, B. Gómez, E. Gasca, A. Vallejo, B. Giles, Y. Barajas, N. Fuentes
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    The objective of the present investigation was to describe the nostalgic experience for a previous partner, who is considered as someone important. We worked based on a non-probabilistic [...]

  • J. Medina, B. Colín, M. Martínez, Y. Oca, N. Fuentes, M. Muñoz
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    The aim was to detect the causes that lead more often to men and women to present the behavior of infidelity. To do this, it worked with a nonrandom sample of intentional [...]

  • J. Prado, P. Flores, C. Galicia, A. Saisó
    (2014).

    Abstract
    The purposes of this study were to determine the prevalence of psychosocial risk in major public officials who administer justice in Mexico City, and to identify the relationship [...]

  • J. Alvarado, J. Villalobos, X. Salinas, A. Casis
    (2015). Vol. 5

    Abstract
    The purpose of this study was to systematically investigate the attitudinal and interpersonal factors that influence condom use in coital sex between high school students [...]

  • J. Ungaretti, E. Etchezahar
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    Worldviews are cognitive schemas available for individuals through the socialization process that generates stable social worldviews. The dangerous worldview (DW) and the [...]

  • H. Triandis
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    In the context of reduced violence world-wide, as documented by Pinker (2011), Islam is an exception, i.e., it is more violent than other cultures. Can contemporary cultural [...]

  • H. Triandis
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Self-deception has been studied by philosophers and psychologists for some time. Frenkel-Brunswik (1939) published the first psychology paper. In Triandis (2009 p. ix) there [...]

  • A. Toledo, R. Ávila
    (2016).

    Abstract
    Delay, probability and social discounting refer to the decrease in the subjective value of a reward as a function of its delay of delivery, probability or social distance, [...]

  • P. Brito, E. Canto, E. Velasco
    (2015).

    Abstract
    The aim of this study was to determine if processing speed, measured as visual reaction time (RT), of 10 month-olds obtained through an IPLP (Intermodal Preferential Looking [...]

  • E. Street, K. Johnson
    (2014).

    Abstract
    This paper focuses on a subset of the practices that have created the powerful learning technology developed and disseminated by Morningside Academy in Seattle, Washington, [...]

  • F. Stelzer, M. Andés, L. Canet-Juric, I. Introzzi
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    The aim of this paper is to contribute to the understanding of the relationship between working memory and fluid intelligence. A search was conducted in PubMed and Google [...]

  • C. Silva, B. Jiménez-Cruz, A. Hernández-Medina
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Parenting practices during the first years of life are crucial for the development of food preferences, self-regulation of intake and for establishing habits. The role of [...]

  • C. Silva, B. Jiménez-Cruz
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    Since adolescence is a particularly vulnerable stage to present depressed mood, and because there is a greater emphasis on depression as a state with the consequent lack of [...]

  • A. Sandoval-Sánchez, J. Jiménez, D. Velázquez-Martínez, F. Miranda
    (2016).

    Abstract
    In this research, the effects of systemic administration of the GABAA receptor antagonist bicuculline on the effects of 5-HT1A receptor agonist 8-OH-DPAT on the discriminative [...]

  • R. Medina, S. Montijo
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    The present study was aimed to determine the profile of sexual risk behavior of adolescents in conflict with the law, and analyze the influence of parents on such behavior, [...]

  • H. Sánchez-Castillo, G. Olivares, A. Reyes, D. Trejo, F. Herrera
    (2013).

    Abstract
    Nicotine is the main ingredient of tobacco and it has been described as aversive, reinforce and procognitive. However there is not enough research about the overlapping of [...]

  • H. Sánchez-Castillo, G. Olivares, A. Reyes, D. Trejo, F. Herrera
    (2015).

    Abstract
    Nicotine is the main ingredient of tobacco and it has been described as aversive, reinforce and procognitive. However there is not enough research about the overlapping of [...]

  • R. Aragón, R. Cruz
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    Although is known that romantic experience gives pleasant sensations to an individual, to live a romantic lost brings pain feelings, desperation and anger because deception [...]

  • F. Quiroz, F. Carmona, L. Martínez, G. Posada, O. Carbonell
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    As more women enter the workforce either as half or full time, it is now the norm in many societies for children to be placed in childcare before their first birthday. Because [...]

  • F. Román, P. Santibáñez, E. Vinet
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    The short version of Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scales (DASS-21, Lovibond y Lovibond, 1995) has been shown to have appropriate psychometric properties among Chilean adolescents [...]

  • A. Ramírez, M. Méndez
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    Alexithymia is a cognitive-affective disorder that causes a deficiency in the ability to identify, describe and express feelings (Sifneos, 1973), is related with familiar [...]

  • A. Vigueras, S. Aragón, P. Andeane, J. Sánchez
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Women are taking another position in the society, because they have accessed education, well-paid job, and politics, which generate changes which are related with the actual [...]

  • A. Vigueras, S. Aragón, R. Loving
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    This paper has the aim of knowing which of the personality attributes linked to instrumentality (set of characteristics linked to competivity, responsibility, and achievement [...]

  • P. Joslyn, T. Vollmer, V. Hernández
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    The good behavior game (GBG) is an interdependent group contingency procedure designed to reduce disruptive behavior in classroom settings. In the GBG, a class is divided [...]

  • L. Berumen, M. Gonzalez-Ramirez, G. Rivera
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    Burn injuries are considered one of the most traumatic injuries a child or adolescent may experience and their consequences go beyond the physical problems, therefore the [...]

  • J. Gutiérrez, S. Aragón, I. Lagunes, M. Parra
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Human happiness is complex, and in interpersonal terms, particularly in a relationship, there are many elements involved (Argyle, 1987 ). But there is no scale to measure [...]

  • Y. Poortinga
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Cross-cultural psychology, in both its culture-comparative and its cultural traditions, has been a highly successful enterprise, it has been instrumental in establishing context [...]

  • M. Ramos, C. Martínez
    (2015). Vol. 5

    Abstract
    The aim of this study was to analyze the influence of parental styles in negotiation and conflict between parents and adolescents, from the perspective of each one. So the [...]

  • C. Sánchez-Xicotencatl, P. Palos, D. Ocampo, G. Cedillo
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    In Mexico alcohol consumption has increased mainly in adolescents. It has been identified that the ability to resist peer pressure can be a factor that protects the young [...]

  • G. Contreras, I. Lagunes
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    The Child Feeding Questionnaire developed by Birch, Fisher, Grimm-Thomas, Markey, & Sawyer, (2001) is a widely used mesurement to assess beliefs, actitudes and practices around [...]

  • A. Suárez, C. Lozada
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    Neuropsychological maturity is the level of organization and maturational development that allows the development of behavioral and cognitive age-appropriate individual functions, [...]

  • S. Chainé, F. Pineda
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    Parent behavioral training results in behavioral changes that are associated with the reduction of a child’s problematic behaviors. The purpose of the present study was [...]

  • I. Martínez, J. Prado, B. Rivera
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    The purpose of this article was to determine the influence of transformational and transactional leadership behavior in the outcome variables of a sample of 100 managers within [...]

  • B. González, F. Cabrera
    (2015).

    Abstract
    There are few intervention programs designed for reducing bullying in the classrooms. The purpose of the study was to determine the effectiveness of an intervention program [...]

  • B. González, F. Cabrera, K. Martínez
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    The study aimed at assessing the effectiveness of a positive child rearing program with parents for reducing bullying and incrementing pro-social behavior of their children. [...]

  • G. Zunino
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    This work is part of a larger project in which we seek to analize how Spanish speakers produce and understand causal and counter-causal relations. Our general hypothesis is [...]

  • M. Saucedo
    (2015). Vol. 5

    Abstract
    In Mexico the process of aging is growing rapidly therefore there are structural changes on the all areas of the life. High levels of poverty exist in the country, which they [...]

  • J. Maffei, J. Singer-Dudek, K. Dolleen-Day
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    We tested the effects of the establishment of conditioned reinforcement for observing human faces and/or voices on the rate of learning, observing responses, and verbal operant [...]

  • S. Miguel, M. Quintanilla, G. Cruz, L. Morfín, P. Contreras, D. García, M. Hernández
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    The suicide is a problem of public world health and the adolescents are those who present with more frequency this problem. Nevertheless, the studies of the suicide phenomenon [...]

  • A. Herrera, R. Tena
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    The psychology of music can be found within a conceptual and empirical framework that is useful as a reference to explain the human response to it. An important research line [...]

  • N. Fuentes, J. Medina
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    This study examines levels of resilience considering differences of age and sex, so it provides data from a sample composed of 607 participants divided into four age groups: [...]

  • N. Fuentes, J. Medina
    (2015). Vol. 5

    Abstract
    This study examines levéis of resilience considering differences of age and sex, so it provides data from a sample composed of 607 participants divided into four age groups: [...]

  • R. León-Sánchez, B. Jiménez-Cruz, J. Sobrino
    (2015). Vol. 5

    Abstract
    In order to explore the beliefs about the causes of obesity, one questionnaire designed on purpose were applied to a sample of 142 students of second and third grades of secondary [...]

  • J. Rubia, S. Basurto
    (2015). Vol. 5

    Abstract
    The aims of this paper were: 1) to estimate the levels of couple violence (received and exercised) and alexithymia among women, and 2) to study the relationship among alexithymia [...]

  • J. Rubia, A. O
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    The aims of this article were to study the internal consistency, factor structure, distribution and sex differences in averages of the Internalized Homonegativity scale (IHN, [...]

  • J. Rubia, A. O., C. Cadena
    (2013).

    Abstract
    The aims of this paper were to describe and predict the level of internalized homonegativity, considering variables on socio-demographic data, sexual life, social life, and [...]

  • W. John
    (2013).

    Abstract
    One result of the intake and settlement of migrants and the presence of indigenous peoples is the formation of culturally plural societies. In these societies, the domain [...]

  • N. González-Arratia-López-Fuentes, J. Medina
    (2016).

    Abstract
    This study reports validity results of the Spanish Positive Mental Health Scale (PMH) by Lluch (1999), which converged with measures of resilience, in a non-clinical sample [...]

  • Y. Cienfuegos-Martínez, A. Saldívar-Garduño, R. Díaz-Loving, A. Avalos-Montoya
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    Individualism and collectivism are considered dichotomous cultural syndromes that characterize members of a country and they can be reflected on national identity. An individualistic [...]

  • S. Iglesias-Hoyos, A. Arreola, J. Muñoz-Delgado
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    Facial affect recognition is the capacity of every person to recognize basic forms of affective expression, which appears at human faces. Previous research suggests that facial [...]

  • F. Moreno, R. Hernández
    (2015). Vol. 5

    Abstract
    The aim of the study was analyze the relationship of stress, depression and coping strategies with PTSD in a sample of patients with breast cancer. With a nonrandom sample [...]

  • M. Grigoravicius, A. Iglesias, P. Ponce, J. Poultier, M. Pandolfi, V. Nigro, L. Bradichansky
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    The paper presents the results of an investigation Project UBACYT (Programming 2010/12) “Consumption of psychoactive substances and expectancies towards alcohol in school [...]

  • F. Gordillo, M. Pérez, L. Mestas, J. Salvador, J. Arana, R. López
    (2015). Vol. 5

    Abstract
    The ability to recognize emotions is necessary for the normal childs adjustment to the social and educational environment, and to identify disorders including autism, anxiety [...]

  • C. Gonzálvez, C. Inglés, M. Vicent, N. Martín, R. Sanmartín, J. García-Fernández
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    Anxiety and self-concept are personal variables with a big influence on learning and academic performance. The aim of this study was to analyse the differences in school anxiety [...]

  • M. Villanueva, I. Lagunes
    (2015). Vol. 5

    Abstract
    Religious fundamentalism is key to understanding existing discrimination and violence worldwide. Knowing what is behind this psychosocial characteristic can help understand [...]

  • I. González-Rivera, D. Paz-Trejo, H. Sánchez-Castillo, Ó. Zamora-Arévalo
    (2016). Vol. 6

  • I. González-Rivera, D. Trejo, N. Saavedra, E. Padrón, D. Silva, P. Carrillo, O. Arevalo, C. Castro, H. Sánchez-Castillo
    (2015).

    Abstract
    This study evaluates amaranth as an alternative to reinforcers which are currently used in experimental laboratories with rodents. We compared some elements such as consumer [...]

  • M. Gonzalez-Ramirez, R. Hernández
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    The aim of this study was to analyze the psychometric properties of the social support from parents and friends scale (AFA-R). Using a non random sample of students, internal [...]

  • M. Gonzalez-Ramirez, R. Hernández, C. Rodríguez
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Recently, the use and research of social networks have increased, however, to know if people perceived enough social support from their contacts in social networks, adequate [...]

  • R. Gómez, B. Ashdown
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Guatemala has a relatively low ratio of psychologists to the general population (6.89 psychologists per 100, 000 people), which makes it imperative that the therapeutic treatments [...]

  • H. Hernández, E. Gómez-Maqueo, C. Patiño
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    In Mexico in recent years violence has been increased, specific in northern states, but also others crime and violence rates have been increased. The impact of these rates [...]

  • R. Wilma
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    The early identification of the attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) allows the implementation of effective therapies, this fact causes the study of the etiology [...]

  • A. García-Saisó, P. Ortega-Andeane, I. Reyes-Lagunes
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    The objective of this research was to generate a standardized that assessed organization social climate in Mexican population. Was used The Work Environmental Scale, Spanish [...]

  • C. Lirios
    (2015). Vol. 5

    Abstract
    Criminal behavior is a term that refers to the violence generated in a cultural, economic, political or social environment that is embodied in the dynamics of groups to diversify [...]

  • V. Aurrecoechea, S. Kuri, A. Alcaráz, M. Cáceres
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    With the objective to identify, among 317 municipalities and delegations of the country, those requiring with higher priority drug abuse prevention and treatment services, [...]

  • B. Damásio, S. Koller, T. Schnell
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    This study presents the psychometric properties of the Brazilian version of the Sources of Meaning and Meaning in Life Questionnaire (SoMe-BR). Participants were 3.034 subjects [...]

  • D. Negrete, S. Montijo
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    The purpose of the study was to investigate whether dyadic configuration fraternal closeness by gender and role (brother/sister older/younger) predicts condom use or if it´s [...]

  • A. Eller, E. Martínez, J. López, P. Granados, C. Pérez, P. González
    (2014).

    Abstract
    Social dominance orientation/theory (SDO) explains the extent to which individuals accept or reject ideologies that legitimize hierarchies and discrimination or equality and [...]

  • C. Pimentel, T. Nascimento, J. Noriega, G. Moura
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    The abuse of alcohol beverages is considered a public health problem worldwide. Several researchers have been addressing this problem and one of the best ways to know it is [...]

  • A. Earl, C. Nisson, D. Albarracín
    (2015). Vol. 5

    Abstract
    Health communications are only effective if target audiences actually receive the messages. One potential barrier to effective health communication is the potential stigma [...]

  • N. Koh, M. Covarrubias, V. Alpuche, D. Loria
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    The organizations must provide a safety climate, this refers to the perceptions shared on politics, procedures and safety practices of the organization. The target of this [...]

  • M. Guedea, A. García, M. Sander
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Objective: to explore the perception of social support as a mediator of the influence from a problematic family context on the well-being of family caregivers of functionally [...]

  • D. Negrete, J. Hernández, S. Kuri, C. Cáceres
    (2015). Vol. 5

    Abstract
    The aim of this study was to identify psychosocial correlates of harmful alcohol use among young Mexican students, and to comparatively prove the predictive validity of three [...]

  • C. Castillo, A. Romero, F. Gil-Bernal
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    The purpose of this study was to describe indicators of sexual desire, sexual impulsivity and auto-eroticism in 402 women aged between 17 and 35 years living in Mexico City. [...]

  • C. Torres
    (2015). Vol. 5

    Abstract
    We need to believe that we live in a just world, to live unfair events threat that belief and generates negative emotions identified as relative deprivation (Lerner, 1980, [...]

  • L. Martínez, S. Aragón, R. Bertha, E. Ruíz
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Personality research have attempted to identify the existence of universal traits, ethnopsychological research has sought to identify the typical qualities of Mexicans, but [...]

  • R. Cox
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    This study explored how peer deviant behavior and peer drug use differentially mediated the paths from unsupportive parenting to youth externalizing behavior and both the [...]

  • P. Chase
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    A technology for evaluating computer-based distance education curricula for children and people working with children is described. The technology originated from a model [...]

  • E. Silva, C. Benjet, F. García, S. Cárdenas, M. Gómez-Maqueo, A. Cruz
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    This research evaluates the psychometric properties of the Spanish language adaptation of the Inventory of Statements About Self-injury (Klonsky and Glenn, 2009). This scale [...]

  • R. Carroll, C. Peter
    (2014).

    Abstract
    Although behavioral interventions are powerful tools for parents and teachers, they are unlikely to result in lasting change if the intervention agents find them unacceptable. [...]

  • N. Rivera, I. Lagunes
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    Childhood obesity is a serious public health problem in Mexico and worldwide. The study of food preferences in young children can help prevent selection of unhealthy food, [...]

  • N. Calleja
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    Bullying and the start using tobacco are behaviors that happen in the school context with severe consequences for the adolescent development. For the purpose of evaluating [...]

  • C. Cahill, R. Greer
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    In three experiments we investigated the relation between observing responses and incidental language acquisition by children ages 3 to 5 with and without disabilities. In [...]

  • B. Byiers, A. Dimian, J. McComas, F. Symons
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    Functional analysis (Iwata, Dorsey, Slifer, Bauman, & Richman, 1982/1994) is a robust approach to identifying function-based interventions for problem behavior, including [...]

  • C. Brown, J. Gibbons, H. Hughes
    (2013).

    Abstract
    The purpose of our study was to determine if acculturation variables from different acculturation domains form empirically extracted acculturation clusters [based on Berry’s [...]

  • M. Beramendi, G. Delfino, E. Zubieta
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    The institutions are responsible to promote, regulate and guarantee the coordinated social action among citizens. For decades the institutional trust has been declining. This [...]

  • M. Medina-Gómez, M. García-Alonso, V. Cernuda
    (2015). Vol. 5

    Abstract
    In this study, psychometric properties of scale ABS-RC:2 in a Spanish context are analyzed. This scale assesses adaptive behavior in adults with intellectual disabilities [...]

  • S. Gaona, S. Montijo, R. Díaz-Loving
    (2013). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    The purposes of this study were to identify the predictors of intention to use condoms in sexually inexperienced adolescents, and to know the role of parents in these variables. [...]

  • C. Hurtarte, R. Aragón, R. Loving
    (2014). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    The literature determines that the culture establishes beliefs, roles and appropriate behaviors within close-relationship which help on the permanence of the relationship [...]

  • R. Abeldaño, V. Gallo, M. Burrone, A. Fernández
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    To determine internalized stigma in people who use psychoactive substances and are under rehabilitation treatment in the city of Cordoba. The study was descriptive in 87 inpatients [...]

  • M. Lezama, I. Lagunes
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    Sense of community is a subject rounded by a lot of discussions about. Nowadays, lifestyles, consumption practices and cultural changes in global cities make difficult to [...]

  • J. Ruiz, J. López, J. Espinoza, F. Gaxiola, R. Robles, A. Kasparane, J. Puente
    (2016). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    This article deals with family issues, its relationship between the migration of parents and the adolescents’ desire to migrate or not in the rural community of San Mateo [...]

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