Correlación entre afrontamiento y autoestima en personas con VIH de la región de los ríos, Tabasco México
AbstractIntroduction: the HIV is a disease that causes important complications of health; to achieve a good confrontation and to support a levelled autoesteem are fundamental factors for his treatment. Objective: to identify the relation between the autoesteem and the confrontation in the persons with HIV of the region of Tabasco's rivers. Methodology: quantitative, descriptive study, correlacional of transverse court, n=64 participants. To measure the confrontation there was in use The Scale of Strategies modified of Coping; for the autoesteem there was in use the Scale of modified Cooper Smith. Results: 48.4 % belongs to the item of confrontation superior to the average; whereas 37.5 % presents discharge he autoestimates. The counterfoil of correlation showed a negative significant relation of the confrontation with the autoesteem rs =-.287. Conclusions: the age and the years of diagnosis are determinant for the autoesteem and the confrontation; the autoesteem and the confrontation are important for the treatment and recovery of the person with HIV / AIDS.
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Maldonado, L. T. A., Poot, R. U., Contreras, D. C. P., Miranda de la Cruz, A., & Gómez, S. Q. (2017). Correlación entre afrontamiento y autoestima en personas con VIH de la región de los ríos, Tabasco México. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 13(18), 140. https://doi.org/10.19044/esj.2017.v13n18p140