Experiences in the Institutionalization Process and Emotional Intelligence in Children and Adolescents: Differences According to Sociodemographic Variables

filed under a- Edición 2019, Volúmen 38, N°2.

Rosario Yslado-Méndez, Mario Villafuerte- Vicencio, Junior Sánchez-Broncano Universidad Nacional Santiago Antúnez de Mayolo, Perú   Isaías Rosales-Mata Asociación Arco Iris, Perú   Abstract Institutionalization is the residential care of children at risk in various ways and constitutes a national and international problem, because it limits psychosocial development and violates human rights. The objectives of the… Read more »

Positive Mental Health in Mexican Adolescents: Differences by Sex

filed under a- Edición 2018, Volúmen 37, N° 2.

Lorena Toribio Pérez, Norma Ivonne González-Arratia López- Fuentes, Hans Oudhof Van Barneveld Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, México   Marta Gil Lacruz Universidad de Zaragoza, España   Abstract Empirical evidence of differences in positive mental health with respect to sex, are sparse, even controversial. The objective here is to analyze positive mental health between… Read more »

Systematic Review of Social-Emotional Training Programs For Children and Adolescents

filed under a- Edición 2018, Volúmen 37, N° 2.

Josefina Rubiales, Daiana Russo, J. Pablo Paneiva y Rocío González   Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas, Argentina   Abstract In recent decades the number of publications on social-emotional training programs has increased, achieving consideration as protective factors that facilitate the adaptation of the individual to their context… Read more »