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Funcionamiento familiar, autoestima y consumo de sustancias en adolescentes: un modelo de mediación Family functioning, self-esteem and substance use in adolescents: a mediational model

Gonzalo Musitu; Teresa I. Jiménez; Sergio Murgui;
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  • Published: 01 Feb 2007 Journal: Salud Pública de México, volume 49, issue 1, pages 3-10 (issn: 0036-3634, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública
Abstract
OBJETIVO: Analizar las relaciones directas e indirectas entre el funcionamiento familiar, la autoestima considerada desde una perspectiva multidimensional (autoestima familiar, escolar, social y física) y el consumo de sustancias. MATERIAL Y MÉTODOS: Los datos se recogieron durante el año escolar 2003-2004 y corresponden a dos muestras independientes de adolescentes españoles (n1= 414, Castilla y León; n2= 625, Comunidad Valenciana). Para el análisis de datos se utilizó la técnica estadística de ecuaciones estructurales y se siguió el procedimiento de análisis de efectos mediadores de Holmbeck (1997). RESULTADOS: La autoestima media significativamente la influen...
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free text keywords: adolescencia, funcionamiento familiar, autoestima, consumo de sustancias, adolescence, family functioning, self-esteem, substance use, lcsh:Public aspects of medicine, lcsh:RA1-1270
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