Estilos parentais, estilos atribucionais e bem-estar psicológico em jovens universitários

  • Mariana Gonçalves Boeckel
  • Jorge Castellá Sarriera
Palavras-chave: Estilos parentais, Estilos atribucionais, Bem-estar psicológico, Adultos jovens

Resumo

Partindo da premissa de que a família possui tarefas essenciais para a formação e o desenvolvimento dos seus membros, o presente estudo buscou identificar as correlações existentes entre as estratégias educacionais, estilos atribucionais e bem-estar psicológico em adultos jovens universitários. Foram realizadas análises correlacionais e de regressão múltipla. Os resultados apontam que o estilo parental autorizante, de forma geral, tem desdobramentos que se expressam em elevados níveis de bem-estar. Quanto ao estilo parental autoritário, notou-se que à maior intensidade do autoritarismo no estilo, há correspondência de maiores níveis de estabilidade na atribuição causal. Concernente aos estilos atribucionais, percebeu-se que as dimensões globalidade e estabilidade corresponderam a piores níveis de bem-estar psicológico. Esses achados salientam a importância dos efeitos dos estilos parentais e estilos atribucionais no bem-estar psicológico para futuras ações psico-educativas.

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Publicado
2006-12-01
Seção
Pesquisa Original