Adicción a Internet y autoeficacia social: el papel mediador de la soledad

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  • Fuad Bakioğlu Karamanoğlu Mehmetbey University
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6018/analesps.394031
Palabras clave: Autoeficacia social, Adicción a Internet, Soledad, Estudiantes universitarios, Turquía

Resumen

El propósito de este estudio fue examinar si la soledad es un mediador entre Internet y la autoeficacia entre lo social. Los participantes involucraron a 325 estudiantes universitarios (mujeres: 57.8%; hombres, 42.2%). La edad de los participantes osciló entre 17 y 30 años (M = 20.54, SD = 1.99). Los datos del estudio se obtuvieron mediante el formulario corto de prueba de adicción a Internet de Young, la escala de eficacia social y expectativas de resultados sociales y la escala de soledad de UCLA. Los datos se analizaron utilizando el método de modelado de ecuaciones estructurales y bootstrapping. El modelo de ecuaciones estructurales mostró que había un efecto indirecto sobre la autoeficacia social, mediado por la soledad. Los resultados del procedimiento de arranque indicaron que el efecto indirecto de la soledad fue significativo. Se discutieron las posibles explicaciones, la implicación de la investigación, las limitaciones y las direcciones futuras.

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05-08-2020
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Bakioğlu, F. (2020). Adicción a Internet y autoeficacia social: el papel mediador de la soledad. Anales De Psicología / Annals of Psychology, 36(3), 435-442. https://doi.org/10.6018/analesps.394031
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Psicología clínica y de la salud