Relaciones de género y diferencias entre gratitud y personalidad en estudiantes universitarios de Lima-Perú

Ysis Judith Roa-Meggo

Resumen


Este estudio determinó la relación entre la gratitud y la personalidad en estudiantes universitarios de Lima-Perú a través de un diseño descriptivo correlacional. La muestra estuvo conformada por 200 universitarios residentes en Lima, y usando la escala de Gratitud de Alarcón y la escala de Cinco factores de la personalidad de Costa & McCrae, los cuales demostraron altos niveles de fiabilidad y validez, se encontraron relaciones significativas entre la gratitud y los factores de Neuroticismo, Responsabilidad y Amabilidad. También se encontraron diferencias
significativas según sexo.

Palabras clave


Personalidad; gratitud, estudiantes universitarios

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21500/19002386.3101