Influencia de Internet y redes sociales en rasgos de personalidad de estudiantes universitarios

Salvador Ruiz Bernés, Alejandro Ruiz Bernés, Verónica Benites Guerrero, Martha Ofelia Valle Solís

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El objetivo es analizar la influencia de Internet y redes sociales en rasgos de personalidad de estudiantes universitarios. Se aplicaron escalas de Adicción a Internet, redes sociales y el Inventario de Personalidad (NEO-FFI). El estudio es no experimental, transversal descriptivo. La muestra fue no probabilística de tipo homogénea conformada por 173 participantes. Se realizó la prueba χ² resultando significativo en personalidades de apertura a la experiencia (p<0.004) y responsabilidad (p<0.043). El coeficiente de correlación de Pearson no presentó significancias entre resultados de especificidad de las pruebas empleadas. Se concluye que el sexo puede ser un factor asociado a las personalidades analizadas, pero no se encontró una relación significativa con el uso de Internet y acceso a las redes sociales.

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