Specification of a model for study of attitude towards groups carrying HIV / AIDS
PublisherUniversidad Autónoma de Madrid. Fundación General
CitationEncuentros Multidisciplinares 64 (2020): 1-9
SubjectsActitudes población; Grupos HIV/AIDS; Psicología de la Salud; Prejuicios; Medicina
Within the framework of health policies, the psychological processes of identity and stigma are a binomial that tries to explain lifestyle evaluation processes related to vulnerable groups. Precisely, the objective of the present work is to establish the validity and reliability of an instrument that measured both dimensions in an attitude scale. A transversal and correlational study was carried out to establish the psychometric properties of the instrument with a non-probabilistic and intentional sample of 258 students of a public university. The results show both dimensions as preponderant factors attitude, but their inclusion in the construct was taken as part of a process of spontaneous activation; actions and risks that only a group or close to carriers of HIV/AIDS can carry out
Google Scholar:García Lirios, Cruz
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