Estudio de la relación entre el bienestar personal y la adaptación de conducta en el marco de la escuela salugénica

López-Sánchez, Manuel; Jiménez-Torres, Manuel G.; Guerrero Ramos, Daniel
July 2013
Educar;jul-des2013, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p303
Academic Journal
We have studied the relationship between welfare and adaptation in a sample of 245 secondary school. We used the Psychological Well-being Scale (BCS) and the Adaptive Behavior Inventory (IAC). The results reveal significant differences in psychological wellbeing based on the level of adaptation, but not by gender or age. There have been a high correlation between psychological well-being and global adaptation, personal, family, school and social. Also the psychological well-being can be explained from the school adjustment and social adaptation. Within the framework of the school salugénica concluded the need to improve the adaptation of schoolchildren in the above areas in order to improve staff welfare and advance the process of school inclusion.


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