Creencias y actitudes de adultos sobre uso del castigo físico: intervención basada en enseñanza multimedia

Autores/as

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.29344/2318650X.2.3572

Palabras clave:

castigo físico, primera infancia, enseñanza multimedia

Resumen

A pesar de las consecuencias negativas del castigo físico sobre el desarrollo infantil, muchos padres y madres presentan ideas favorables que lo promueven. Esta comunicación evalúa las creencias y actitudes de adultos referentes de niños y niñas de cero a 3 años sobre el castigo físico. La intervención, de máximo 15 minutos, se realiza a través de un multimedia interactivo, con el objetivo de informar y procurar un cambio de actitudes a partir de conocer las consecuencias del castigo físico y presentar alternativas en la línea de la disciplina positiva. El diseño de la investigación es cuasi experimental, con grupo de intervención y control. Se utilizan cuestionarios autoadministrados que evalúan actitudes hacia el castigo físico y hacia el cuidado y la disciplina sensible. Los resultados muestran un efecto positivo de la intervención, con disminución en las actitudes favorables para el uso de disciplina violenta en el grupo expuesto al multimedia.

Biografía del autor/a

Alvaro Capano-Bosch, Universidad Católica del Uruguay

Departamento de Psicología del Desarrollo y Educacional, Universidad Católica del Uruguay.

María del Luján González-Tornaría, Universidad Católica del Uruguay

Facultad de Psicología de la Universidad Católica del Uruguay. 

Cindy Mels, Universidad Católica del Uruguay

Departamento de Educación, Universidad Católica del Uruguay. 

Ignacio Navarrete Antola, Universidad Católica del Uruguay

Profesor Asociado al Depto. de Neurociencia y Aprendizaje en Universidad Católica del Uruguay

Alexander Ibarra, Universidad Católica del Uruguay

Facultad de Psicología de la Universidad Católica del Uruguay. 

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2024-01-03

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Capano-Bosch, A., González-Tornaría, M. del L. ., Mels, C., Navarrete Antola, I., & Ibarra, A. (2024). Creencias y actitudes de adultos sobre uso del castigo físico: intervención basada en enseñanza multimedia. Revista Sul-Americana De Psicologia, 11(2), 9–30. https://doi.org/10.29344/2318650X.2.3572