El papel de las emociones en el patrón de secuenciación de actividades: un estudio experimental

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.6018/analesps.502021
Palabras clave: Afecto Positivo, Afecto Negativo, Optimismo, Catastrofismo, Pacing, Dolor

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Las personas con dolor crónico cambian la forma de realizar las actividades cotidianas, diferenciándose diversos patrones, entre ellos, la secuenciación de actividades (pacing). La bibliografía acerca de la relación entre pacing y afecto muestran resultados contradictorios. El objetivo de este estudio fue contrastar experimentalmente, en una muestra de 145 estudiantes, si la inducción de afecto positivo vs negativo influía en la elección del tipo de “pacing” (“pacing para aumentar la productividad” y “pacing para reducir el dolor”) cuando los participantes eran expuestos a dolor, controlando las variables optimismo y catastrofismo. Los resultados de la regresión logística multinomial no mostraron relación entre las variables. El pacing es una estrategia de intervención presente en todos los modelos de intervención en dolor crónico y, por tanto, es relevante seguir profundizando acerca del rol del afecto en relación al mismo.

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27-08-2022
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Serrano-Ibáñez, E. R., Condor, M., Marcos, E., Ramírez-Maestre, C., López-Martínez, A. E., & Esteve, R. (2022). El papel de las emociones en el patrón de secuenciación de actividades: un estudio experimental. Anales de Psicología / Annals of Psychology, 38(3), 546–554. https://doi.org/10.6018/analesps.502021
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Psicología de las emociones