Comparación de las reglas verbales implícitas y explícitas sobre la regulación de la ira en personas desmovilizadas y personas no inmersas en contexto de guerra.
Gómez Lugo, Mayra Alejandra | 2019
The problem of armed groups in Colombia has been historic. At present, his demobilization is visible due to the post-conflict moment in which the country is going through. The interest of the present investigation was to evaluate the implicit and explicit rules related to the regulation of anger in demobilized persons and compare them with people who have not been immersed in a war context in a descriptive correlational study. Two samples of 30 demobilized participants and another of 30 non-demobilized participants were recruited. To analyze implicit rules, the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP) was used. This instrument measures the response latency in different tests consistent and inconsistent with previously established relationships. To analyze the explicit rules the Assault Questionnaire A.Q. of Buss and Perry revised version (2004). Data were analyzed through Student's T tests for independent samples.