Sintomatología emocional y seguimiento de reglas en perfiles de cociente intelectual en niños colombianos
Parra Ocampo, Claudia Isabel | 2020
The present study aimed to identify the possible correlation between the subcomponents of the WISC - IV Intelligence Test, the emotional symptoms understood as anxiety, depression, stress, the following of problematic rules such as Repetitive Negative Thinking (RNT), generalized Pliance, Fusion and the level of avoidance, in 22 children aged 8 and 14 from Bogotá. These variables were measured with the DASS-C, PTQ-C, GPQ-C and AFQ-Y, respectively. The design was non-experimental - cross-sectional, descriptive correlational type. The results show a statistically significant negative correlation between the WISC-IV Working Memory index, with the total score of the DASS-C (r = -. 471; p = .027) and its stress subscale (r = -.526; p = .012). Additionally, there is a statistically significant positive correlation between the variables that measure emotional symptomatology and rule-following and a high magnitude of the effect size (r ≥ 0.50).