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Maria Isabel Rendón

Resumen

En la presente investigación se adaptó un procedimiento de evaluación de Reglas de Despliegue Emocional (RDE), basado en escenarios hipotéticos y se aplicó a una muestra de once niños (hombres) con una edad promedio de 9 años. Sólo uno de los once participantes usó RDE y los restantes mostraron un patrón inconsistente de respuestas en cuanto a coherencia entre la emoción sentida y la acción reportada, la preferencia por comunicar o no la emoción sentida y la justificación para comunicar o enmascarar la emoción. Se discuten las implicaciones del uso de escenarios hipotéticos y se señala la pertinencia de involucrar el concepto de conducta gobernada por reglas en el diseño de estrategias de evaluación de los despliegues emocionales. 

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reglas de despliegue emocional, conducta gobernada por reglas, emoción, eventos privados, evaluación

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Rendón, M. I. (2011). Reglas de despliegue emocional: estudio preliminar de un procedimiento de evaluación y análisis de sus implicaciones. Diversitas, 7(1), 13-25. https://doi.org/10.15332/s1794-9998.2011.0001.01
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