Dependencia del móvil y impulsividad: Diferencias entre sexos y rango etario

Autores/as

  • Paulo Dias Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Faculdade de Filosofia e Ciências Sociais, Centro de Estudos Filosóficos e Humanísticos, Portugal
  • José António Garcia del Castillo Universidad Miguel Hérnandez, Sant Joan d’Alacant, Spain

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14635/IPSIC.1918

Resumen

El uso de los móviles está, hoy en día, muy extendido. Las funcionalidades son muy diversas, puede ser una herramienta muy útil para la interacción y para actividades de ocio y/o sociales. Sin embargo, puede utilizarse en exceso. Por ello, es importante explorar el papel de los factores predisponentes, como la impulsividad. Con este estudio, pretendemos evaluar la relación entre la impulsividad y la dependencia del teléfono móvil, explorando en particular entre sexos y grupos de edad. Para ello, se recogieron datos de 847 participantes, con edades comprendidas entre los 12 y los 25 años, en su mayoría mujeres (n = 517, 61,0%), con un cuestionario sociodemográfico, el Test de Dependencia del Móvil (TDM) y la versión corta de las Escalas Breves de Conducta Impulsiva (UPPS). Los resultados permiten observar una relación estadísticamente significativa entre impulsividad y dependencia del móvil, diferencias de género y edad en la dependencia e impulsividad, así como un efecto diferente de la impulsividad como predictor de la dependencia del móvil en función de estas variables. Los datos tienen importantes implicaciones en términos de investigación e intervención.

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2022-07-22

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Dias, P., & Garcia del Castillo, J. A. (2022). Dependencia del móvil y impulsividad: Diferencias entre sexos y rango etario . INFORMACIO PSICOLOGICA, (123), 15–23. https://doi.org/10.14635/IPSIC.1918