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Low social engagement: implications for children psychosocial adjustment in the preschool context

Tânia Sousa; António J. Santos; Lígia Monteiro; Brian E. Vaughn; Carla Fernandes; Nuno Torres;
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  • Published: 01 Mar 2015
  • Country: Portugal
Abstract
O reduzido envolvimento social, aspeto central na defi nição da solidão social, foi analisado numa amostra de 337 crianças portuguesas (171 rapazes), com idades compreendidas entre os três e os cinco anos. Com base em metodologias de observação, realizadas em contexto de Jardim de infância, verifi cou-se que níveis reduzidos de envolvimento social estão negativamente associados a baixos níveis de competência social, de resiliência e de um elevado ego-controle. A aceitação pelos pares, o impacto e a preferência social, analisados com base nas medidas sociométricas, encontram-se, também, negativamente associados com os níveis de baixo envolvimento social. Os resul...
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free text keywords: Reduzido envolvimento social, pré-escolar, ajustamento psicossocial, Low social engagement, pre-school, psychosocial adjustment, BF1-990, Portuguese, language.human_language, language, Solitude, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Social engagement, Negatively associated, Developmental psychology, Social impact, Peer acceptance, Social psychology, Potential risk, Social competence, Psychology
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