Estructura factorial del inventario multicultural de la depresión, estado-rasgo: Rol de las emociones positivas de la depresión

  • Manolete S. Moscoso University of South Florida (Estados Unidos)
  • Cecile Lengacher University of South Florida (Estados Unidos)
  • Melissa Knapp University of South Florida (Estados Unidos)
Palabras clave: Depresión mental, Estrés (Psicología)

Resumen

El propósito de este artículo fue presentar la construcción del inventario multicultural de la depresión, estado-rasgo (Imuder).Tomando en consideración el marco teórico de Susan Folkman acerca de la coexistencia de emociones positivas y negativas en el proceso de estrés severo y depresión, se procedió a la elaboración de ítems caracterizando estados y rasgos de emociones que expresan la presencia o ausencia de depresión. En base a una muestra multicultural con participantes de diversos países latinoamericanos, se realizó el análisis factorial de componentes principales con rotaciones promax, a fin de determinar la validez de constructo y la consistencia interna del instrumento.

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2012-03-02
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Moscoso, M. S., Lengacher, C., & Knapp, M. (2012). Estructura factorial del inventario multicultural de la depresión, estado-rasgo: Rol de las emociones positivas de la depresión. Persona, (015), 115-136. https://doi.org/10.26439/persona2012.n015.129
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