El papel del interés social y la empatía en los comportamientos de ayuda durante las inundaciones

Autores/as

  • Nasrollah Mazraeh Noor University, Susangerd
  • Siamak Khodarahimi Eghlid Branch-Islamic Azad University
  • Maeda Hesam Shahid Ashrafi Esfahani Non Profit University
  • Ali Rasti Rasti Psychological Clinic, Line 16, Besat Blv., Shiraz, Iran
  • Sahar Mirghobad Khodarahmi New Yarestan Counseling and Psychological Services Center
  • Najme Aganj Estahban Branch, Islamic Azad University
  • Sonay Sheikhi Kharazmi University, No.43.South Mofatteh Ave
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6018/analesps.515131
Palabras clave: Interés social, Empatía, Ayudar, Desastre natural, Inundación

Resumen

Este estudio examina el papel del interés social y la empatía en ayudar y no ayudar a los adultos durante las inundaciones. Los participantes se dividieron en dos grupos con comportamientos de ayuda (N = 90) y sin comportamientos de ayuda (N = 90) durante las inundaciones de seis ciudades, provincia de Juzestán, Irán. En este estudio se utilizaron un cuestionario demográfico, la Escala de Interés Social (SIS) y el Cuestionario de Medida de Tendencia Empática (QMET). El análisis mostró que las personas en el grupo de ayuda tenían mayor interés social y empatía que las del grupo de control. Este estudio describe cómo, en resumen, el interés social y la empatía contribuirían a ayudar a las personas afectadas por las inundaciones a salvar sus vidas y sus propiedades. Estos hallazgos se pueden combinar con los programas de ayuda de emergencia en desastres naturales y se convertirán en información pública.

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Publicado
01-01-2023
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Mazraeh , N. ., Khodarahimi, S., Hesam, M. ., Rasti, A., Mirghobad Khodarahmi, S. ., Aganj, N. ., & Sheikhi, S. . (2023). El papel del interés social y la empatía en los comportamientos de ayuda durante las inundaciones. Anales de Psicología / Annals of Psychology, 39(1), 119–126. https://doi.org/10.6018/analesps.515131
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Psicología social