Testing Syndromes of Psychopathology in Parent and Youth Ratings Across Societies

Título traducido de la contribución: Pruebas de los síndromes de psicopatología en las calificaciones de padres y jóvenes en todas las sociedades

Masha Y. Ivanova, Thomas M. Achenbach, Leslie A. Rescorla, Jiesi Guo, Robert R. Althoff, Kees Jan Kan, Fredrik Almqvist, Ivan Begovac, Anders G. Broberg, Myriam Chahed, Marina Monzani da Rocha, Anca Dobrean, Manfred Döepfner, Nese Erol, Eric Fombonne, Antonio Castro Fonseca, Maria Forns, Alessandra Frigerio, Hans Grietens, Nohelia Hewitt-RamirezFernando Juarez, Ilona Kajokienė, Yasuko Kanbayashi, Young Ah Kim, B. Larsson, Patrick Leung, Xianchen Liu, Alfio Maggiolini, Asghar Minaei, Paulo A.S. Moreira, Kyung Ja Oh, Djaouida Petot, Cecilia Pisa, Rolando Pomalima, Alexandra Roussos, Vlasta Rudan, Michael Sawyer, Mimoza Shahini, Edwiges Ferreira de Mattos Silvares, Zeynep Simsek, Hans Christoph Steinhausen, Lajos Szirovicza, Jose Valverde, Laura Viola, Sheila Weintraub, Christa Winkler Metzke, Tomasz Wolanczyk, Bernardine Woo, Eugene Yuqing Zhang, Nelly Zilber, Rita Žukauskienė, Frank C. Verhulst

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A medida que las sociedades se diversifican, los profesionales de la salud mental necesitan instrumentos para evaluar los problemas emocionales, de comportamiento y sociales en términos de construcciones que se apoyan dentro de las sociedades y entre ellas. Basándose en décadas de hallazgos de investigación, los análisis factoriales de confirmación de alineación de múltiples muestras probaron un modelo empírico basado en la calificación de los padres en 30 sociedades y en la autoevaluación de los jóvenes en 19 sociedades. La lista de verificación de la conducta infantil para niños de 6 a 18 años y el autoinforme de los jóvenes de 11 a 18 años se utilizaron para medir los síndromes designados de manera descriptiva como ansiosos/deprimidos, retraídos/deprimidos, quejas somáticas, problemas sociales, problemas de pensamiento, problemas de atención, comportamiento que rompe las reglas y comportamiento agresivo. Tanto para las calificaciones de los padres (N = 61.703) como para las autocalificaciones (N = 29.486), los resultados apoyaron la agregación de los elementos problemáticos en 8 síndromes de primer orden para todas las sociedades (invariancia configural), además de la invariabilidad de las cargas de elementos (invariancia métrica) en la mayoría de las sociedades. Apoyados en muchas sociedades, tanto en las calificaciones de los padres como en las de los propios hijos, los ocho síndromes ofrecen una taxonomía fenotípica parsimoniosa con criterios de evaluación claramente operacionalizados. Los profesionales de la salud mental en muchas sociedades pueden utilizar los 8 síndromes para evaluar a niños y jóvenes con fines clínicos, de capacitación y científicos.
Idioma originalInglés estadounidense
Páginas1-14
Número de páginas14
Volumen48
N.º4
Publicación especializadaJournal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology
EditorRoutledge
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EstadoPublicada - ene 25 2018

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Ivanova, M. Y., Achenbach, T. M., Rescorla, L. A., Guo, J., Althoff, R. R., Kan, K. J., ... Verhulst, F. C. (2018). Testing Syndromes of Psychopathology in Parent and Youth Ratings Across Societies. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 48(4), 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1080/15374416.2017.1405352
Ivanova, Masha Y. ; Achenbach, Thomas M. ; Rescorla, Leslie A. ; Guo, Jiesi ; Althoff, Robert R. ; Kan, Kees Jan ; Almqvist, Fredrik ; Begovac, Ivan ; Broberg, Anders G. ; Chahed, Myriam ; da Rocha, Marina Monzani ; Dobrean, Anca ; Döepfner, Manfred ; Erol, Nese ; Fombonne, Eric ; Fonseca, Antonio Castro ; Forns, Maria ; Frigerio, Alessandra ; Grietens, Hans ; Hewitt-Ramirez, Nohelia ; Juarez, Fernando ; Kajokienė, Ilona ; Kanbayashi, Yasuko ; Kim, Young Ah ; Larsson, B. ; Leung, Patrick ; Liu, Xianchen ; Maggiolini, Alfio ; Minaei, Asghar ; Moreira, Paulo A.S. ; Oh, Kyung Ja ; Petot, Djaouida ; Pisa, Cecilia ; Pomalima, Rolando ; Roussos, Alexandra ; Rudan, Vlasta ; Sawyer, Michael ; Shahini, Mimoza ; Ferreira de Mattos Silvares, Edwiges ; Simsek, Zeynep ; Steinhausen, Hans Christoph ; Szirovicza, Lajos ; Valverde, Jose ; Viola, Laura ; Weintraub, Sheila ; Metzke, Christa Winkler ; Wolanczyk, Tomasz ; Woo, Bernardine ; Zhang, Eugene Yuqing ; Zilber, Nelly ; Žukauskienė, Rita ; Verhulst, Frank C. / Testing Syndromes of Psychopathology in Parent and Youth Ratings Across Societies. En: Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. 2018 ; Vol. 48, N.º 4. pp. 1-14.
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En: Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, Vol. 48, N.º 4, 25.01.2018, p. 1-14.

Resultado de la investigación: Contribución a publicación especializada Artículo

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