AFRONTAMIENTO RESILIENTE Y MIEDO A PERDERSE ALGO EN TIEMPOS DE PANDEMIA POR COVID-19: UN ESTUDIO PILOTO SOBRE EL PAPEL MODERADOR DE LA REGULACIÓN EMOCIONAL

Autores/as

  • Laura Bandera Pastor Facultad de Psicología, Universidad de Málaga.
  • Lourdes Rey Peña Facultad de Psicología, Universidad de Málaga.
  • Cirenia Quintana Orts Facultad de Psicología, Universidad de Sevilla. https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7470-2345

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21134/haaj.v22i1.679

Palabras clave:

Miedo a Perderse Algo, FoMO, Regulación Emocional, Afrontamiento Resiliente, Pandemia

Resumen

El periodo de pandemia por Covid-19 ha supuesto un fuerte impacto en la vida de las personas, asociándose a fenómenos problemáticos, entre ellos, el FoMO (Fear of Missing Out o miedo a perderse algo). Este miedo ha sido relacionado con numerosos problemas psicológicos, tanto internalizantes como externalizantes. Sin embargo, hasta la fecha, pocos estudios se han centrado en conocer aquellas variables que pueden ejercer un papel protector ante este miedo. El objetivo del presente estudio fue explorar el potenciar papel protector que podrían ejercer el afron­tamiento resiliente y la regulación emocional conjuntamente, como recursos personales frente al FoMO durante la situación de pandemia. Una muestra de 146 jóvenes adultos de entre 18 y 25 años (74% mujeres) cumplimentaron distintos cuestionarios que evaluaban: afrontamiento resiliente (BRS), regulación emocional (WLEIS-S) y miedo a perderse algo (FoMO). Se realizaron análisis de correlación, así como de moderación mediante la macro de PROCESS (Hayes, 2018). Los resultados señalaron asociaciones significativas entre las variables en la dirección esperada. Ade­más, la regulación emocional moderó el efecto principal del afrontamiento resiliente sobre el FoMO. Estos hallazgos sugieren los potenciales beneficios de entrenar y desarrollar ambos recursos personales con el fin de protegerse de emociones negativas como el FoMO.

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2022-02-28

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Bandera Pastor, L., Rey Peña, L., & Quintana Orts, C. (2022). AFRONTAMIENTO RESILIENTE Y MIEDO A PERDERSE ALGO EN TIEMPOS DE PANDEMIA POR COVID-19: UN ESTUDIO PILOTO SOBRE EL PAPEL MODERADOR DE LA REGULACIÓN EMOCIONAL. Health and Addictions/Salud Y Drogas, 22(1), 253–267. https://doi.org/10.21134/haaj.v22i1.679