Motivación intrínseca y consumo de drogas: Una revisión de estudios sobre los motivos de curiosidad y de expansión


  • Alejandro Borrego-Ruiz UNED


Palabras clave:

Drogas, Motivación, Intrínseca, Curiosidad, Motivos de expansión


Introducción: El inicio en el consumo de drogas suele ocurrir durante la juventud de las personas, debido a motivos como la curiosidad y el afán por experimentar. Objetivo: Este trabajo tuvo como finalidad analizar una selección de estudios recientes que abordan y resaltan los motivos intrínsecos de curiosidad y de expansión vinculados al consumo de drogas. Método: Se llevó a cabo una búsqueda bibliográfica con el propósito de seleccionar artículos en función de una serie de criterios establecidos. Un total de 32 artículos fueron incluidos en la revisión para su posterior evaluación. Resultados: El motivo intrínseco más frecuentemente reportado en los estudios fue el de curiosidad (62.5%), seguido por los motivos de expansión (56.25%), que implican la experimentación, la autoexploración y la búsqueda de una compresión más profunda. Conclusiones: Que la curiosidad se sitúe como uno de los principales motivos entre la población para el acercamiento a las drogas constituye un dato de crucial importancia con vistas a la elaboración de programas que fomenten el conocimiento y que disipen la incertidumbre propia de los jóvenes, especialmente de los que son adolescentes, dado que es la etapa vital en la que se suele dar el primer contacto con estas sustancias.


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