La relación de las trayectorias de edad adulta emergentes con el uso de drogas y otros correlatos

Autores/as

  • Nadra Erin Lisha Senior Statistician
  • Adam M. Leventhal
  • Luanne Rohrbach
  • Donna Spruijt-Metz
  • Ping Sun
  • Steve Sussman

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21134/haaj.v15i2.235

Palabras clave:

edad adulta emergente, jóvenes en riesgo, análisis de clases latentes, uso de sustancias

Resumen

El interés en la "Edad Adulta Emergente " (EA) como un periodo de desarrollo único ha aumentado. Este estudio examinó la heterogeneidad de la EA entre los jóvenes en riesgo (N=1677) mediante la identificación de las trayectorias de desarrollo en los individuos. En primer lugar, una versión de 8 ítems del Inventario de Dimensiones de EA (IDE) fue probada para la invariancia factorial en tres momentos temporales; la versión de 5 ítems de EA resultó ser factorialmente invariante. A continuación, el modelado de clases latentes crecientes identificó tres trayectorias de desarrollo únicas. Por último, se compararon los datos demográficos y los comportamientos de riesgo para la salud. La clase 1 representa una amplia clase de bajo riesgo (mayor en EA). Se compararon los tamaños de las clases 2 y 3 (~ 5 % de la muestra). La clase 2 parece ser una clase de alto riesgo que disminuye en EA, mientras que la clase 3 parece ser una clase de riesgo medio que aumenta en EA. Este estudio confirma que no todo el mundo experimenta la EA de la misma forma y que los estudiantes de instituto no eluden la EA (pasar directamente a la edad adulta).

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2015-07-30

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Lisha, N. E., Leventhal, A. M., Rohrbach, L., Spruijt-Metz, D., Sun, P., & Sussman, S. (2015). La relación de las trayectorias de edad adulta emergentes con el uso de drogas y otros correlatos. Health and Addictions/Salud Y Drogas, 15(2), 91–102. https://doi.org/10.21134/haaj.v15i2.235

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