Un modelo estructural sobre la reducción del estrés utilizando material artístico

Minerva Vanegas-Farfano, Mónica Teresa González Ramírez, René Landero Hernández

Resumen


En este trabajo se analiza el uso de actividades artísticas (dibujo) como una forma de regulación del estrés psicológico y las emociones asociadas. Para ello 216 alumnos de una facultad de Odontología del norte de México, participaron en un estudio bajo una de seis condiciones experimentales, donde recordaron y trabajaron dibujos relacionados a sus estresores actuales o se distrajeron de estos. Se utilizaron la Escala de Estrés Percibido, la Escala de Afecto Positivo y Negativo y el cuestionario la actividad gráfica como herramienta. Los resultados confirman la reducción del estrés percibido asociado al uso de la actividad gráfica y una consecuente disminución de las emociones negativas al término de una única sesión en todas las condiciones experimentales.

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