Resiliencia, Estigma y Adaptación al Impedimento de los Estudiantes Universitarios con Diversidad Funcional
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resiliencia
estigma
adaptación
persona con impedimento

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Mercado, R., Nazario-Jiménez, M., Martinez-Diaz, K., Fonseca-Cruz, H., & Rosa-Marcano, C. (2020). Resiliencia, Estigma y Adaptación al Impedimento de los Estudiantes Universitarios con Diversidad Funcional. Revista Griot, 12(1), 31-46. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.upr.edu/index.php/griot/article/view/14911

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Este estudio examinó el nivel de resiliencia, estigma y adaptación al impedimento de 187 estudiantes universitarios con diversidad funcional en relación a su tipo de impedimento y edad de diagnóstico.  En general, los análisis de T-test y ANOVA  indicaron que existe una relación significativa entre el nivel de adaptación al impedimento y los trastornos psiquiátricos. Los estudiantes con impedimentos psiquiátricos reportaron menor grado de adaptación al impedimento, que aquellos con otros impedimentos. Además, los estudiantes con trastornos psiquiátricos informaron no percibir estigma por sus pares. También, se encontró que los estudiantes diagnosticados en edades más tempranas tenían mayor capacidad de resiliencia y adaptación al impedimento.  Finalmente, se discuten las implicaciones de esta investigación para la academia,  para crear ambientes inclusivos dentro y fuera del salón de clases.

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