Inventario Infanto-Juvenil de Temperamento y Carácter
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Inventario infanto-Juvenil de temperamento y carácter
validación
biopsicosocial
personalidad
niños

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Pelaz Antolín, A., Bayón Pérez, C., Fernández Liria, A., & Rodríguez Ramos, P. (2010). Inventario Infanto-Juvenil de Temperamento y Carácter. Revista De Psiquiatría Infanto-Juvenil, 27(4), 319-330. Recuperado a partir de http://aepnya.eu/index.php/revistaaepnya/article/view/163

Resumen

El Inventario Infanto-Juvenil de Temperamento y Carácter fue creado para evaluar las dimensiones del temperamento (búsqueda de novedades, evitación del daño, dependencia de la recompensa y persistencia) y las dimensiones del carácter (autodirección, cooperación, fantasía y espiritualidad) en niños y adolescentes, basado en el modelo de Cloninger de personalidad. El objetivo de este estudio es validar una versión española del Inventario Infanto-Juvenil de Temperamento y Carácter en una población infantil. La muestra fue de 827 niños de tres colegios de la Comunidad de Madrid. La consistencia interna, medida con el coeficiente α de Cronbach, fue aceptable para la mayoría de las dimensiones (por encima de 0,60). La prueba de fiabilidad test-retest se evaluó en una muestra independiente de 61 niños que realizaron el cuestionario en dos ocasiones, con cuatro semanas de diferencia. Las correlaciones entre las dimensiones fueron de moderadas a altas. La versión española del Inventario Infanto-Juvenil de Temperamento y Carácter podría ser útil en la práctica clínica y en los programas psicopedagógicos.  

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