Estrés percibido, supresión expresiva y sintomatología neurovegetativa en confinamiento por COVID 19

Autores/as

  • Juan Pablo Viñanzaca López Universidad Católica de Cuenca
  • Geovanny Genaro Reivan Ortiz Universidad Católica de Cuenca

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.29018/issn.2588-1000vol5iss41.2021pp1-11

Palabras clave:

COVID 19, estrés, regulación emocional, salud mental, síntomas neurovegetativos

Resumen

El presente artículo, tiene el propósito de  establecer la relación del estrés percibido, la supresión expresiva y síntomas neurovegetativos de las personas en situación de confinamiento por COVID 19 en la ciudad de Cuenca. Método: De tipo, correlacional, transversal, no experimental. Se determinó un muestreo no probabilístico por conveniencia, constituido por 249 personas adultas, de la ciudad de Cuenca. Se utilizó la escala de estrés percibido en su versión corta (PSS-4), el Cuestionario de Autorregulación Emocional (ERQ-P) y la escala de síntomas neurovegetativos  creada por los autores de este estudio. Resultados: La regresión lineal evidencia relación no significativa entre supresión expresiva y síntomas neurovegetativos (r= .100; r2= .010), relación no significativa entre  síntomas neurovegetativos y estrés percibido (r= .003; r2= .010), relación significativa entre supresión expresiva y estrés percibido (r= .379; r2= .144; p< .01) y ausencia de relación de la sintomatología neurovegetativa entre supresión expresiva y estrés percibido (r= .390; r2= .152). Conclusiones: Se concluye que no existe relación significativa entre la sintomatología neurovegetativa y el estrés percibido, así como con supresión expresiva, pero si existe correlación positiva y moderada en supresión expresiva y estrés percibido; la sintomatología neurovegetativa, no afecta  la relación entre el estrés percibido y la supresión expresiva.

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2022-01-04

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Viñanzaca López, J. P. ., & Reivan Ortiz, G. G. (2022). Estrés percibido, supresión expresiva y sintomatología neurovegetativa en confinamiento por COVID 19. Pro Sciences: Revista De Producción, Ciencias E Investigación, 5(41), 1–11. https://doi.org/10.29018/issn.2588-1000vol5iss41.2021pp1-11

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