O impacto das memórias de vergonha na adolescência: A escala de Centralidade do Acontecimento (CES)

Marina Cunha, Ana Xavier, Marcela Matos, Daniela Faria

Resumo


Experiências adversas, particularmente, experiências precoces de vergonha podem funcionar como memórias traumáticas e serem centrais na formação da autoidentidade.

O objetivo da presente pesquisa é analisar a estrutura dimensional e qualidades psicométricas da versão portuguesa para adolescentes da Centrality of Event Scale (CES). Participaram 397 adolescentes com idades entre os 12 e os 18 anos a frequentarem escolas públicas de ensino regular. Em conjunto com a CES, os jovens preencheram outros questionários que avaliavam a sintomatologia psicopatológica e a perceção de sentimentos de vergonha externa e interna Os resultados revelam que a CES possui uma boa consistência interna, uma adequada estabilidade temporal e uma estrutura unidimensional. A centralidade das experiências de vergonha mostraram uma correlação positiva com os sintomas de psicopatologia e com os sentimentos atuais de vergonha. Estes dados sugerem que a CES-A é um instrumento robusto e útil na avaliação da centralidade das memórias de vergonha na adolescência.


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Escala de centralidade do evento, Escala de avaliação, Adolescentes, Propriedades psicométricas, Experiências de vergonha

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