Divorcio parental, conflicto interparental y relaciones parento-filiales en adultos jóvenes españoles.

Autores/as

  • Klara Smith-Etxeberria Universidad del país vasco
  • Amaia Eceiza Universidad del País Vasco (España)
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6018/analesps.343041
Palabras clave: Divorcio parental, Conflicto interparental, Relaciones parento-filiales, Joven adultez

Resumen

El principal objetivo de este estudio fue analizar las asociaciones entre el divorcio parental y el conflicto interparental con la calidad de las relaciones paterno-filiales y materno-filiales, en una muestra española de 1078 adultos jóvenes. También se analizó la función moderadora del género de estos adultos jóvenes. Nuestros resultados sugirieron que el conflicto interparental se asocia con relaciones paterno-filiales y materno-filiales de menor calidad, mientras que el divorcio parental se asocia de forma más negativa con la calidad de la relación con el padre que con la madre. Además, el género de los hijos adultos únicamente moderó la asociación entre el divorcio parental y la calidad de las relaciones paterno-filiales, de manera que las mujeres de familias divorciadas obtienen puntuaciones más bajas en la calidad de la relación paterno-filial que las mujeres de familias no divorciadas. Los resultados aportan mayor información a la literatura empírica existente y promueven una mejor comprensión de las asociaciones complejas existentes entre el divorcio y conflicto parental con la calidad de las relaciones parento-filiales, en un contexto cultural donde hay escasa investigación sobre el tema.

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Publicado
01-01-2021
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Smith-Etxeberria, K., & Eceiza, A. (2021). Divorcio parental, conflicto interparental y relaciones parento-filiales en adultos jóvenes españoles. Anales De Psicología / Annals of Psychology, 37(1), 1-9. https://doi.org/10.6018/analesps.343041
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Psicología clínica y de la salud