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    Proyecto de investigación social: sembrando comunicación familiar con los estudiantes del Instituto Santa María de la Cruz de la localidad de Ciudad Bolívar
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Psicología, Bogotá, 2023-09-28) Maldonado Moreno, Valentina; López Galindo, Sarai Valentina; García Tovar, Laura Daniela; Luis Enrique Rodríguez Gutiérrez
    The community empowerment approach is established, given its characteristics, which are compatible with the different aspects to be taken into account during the intervention, and subsequently with the objective to be achieved, in order to alleviate conflictive states and situations, improving the quality of life. Starting from the conception of the ecological environment of the community as part of the intervention, making use of the resources already available, which are not managed in an adequate way or even have an invisibility within the daily life of the individual, which allows an intervention not based on a problem, risks or limitation in the community, but on the contrary, it turns out to be a positive approach, which works from what it has. This gives way to another issue of utmost importance, which is the type of participation to be developed, which is expected to be an active and dynamic role for the group, having a determining role in the establishment of goals and the development of the intervention, and a specific element that determines that the roles are not subject to a specific situation and conditions, but that allows the population to acquire responsibilities through the development of different roles for individuals; In turn, a crucial element is socialization and working with others, in which there are different issues to be taken into account (in addition to the transmission of information among group members), such as the aspects that are shared, these being the systems of meanings, values and beliefs, emotional connection, shared experiences, etc. and we take into account other characteristics that we see as necessary not to work on the population, but to work together with the population, since, to do it from a directed and subordinated intervention view, does not allow the optimal development of the intervention, and of the community, preventing aspects such as autonomy, self-efficiency, control over the situation, and other components, skills and competences to be developed. The development of autonomy, self-efficiency, control over the situation, and other components, skills and competencies that allow the development of decision making, coping behaviors, leadership, and access to and use of resources.
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    Las emociones positivas y su utilidad en el contexto educativo desde la narrativa
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Psicología, Cali, 2023-09) Bejarano Valencia, Yamileth; Echeverri Londoño, María Catalina; Muñoz Morales, Viviana
    The objective of the workshop was to train educational agents in the use of narrative by using children's stories that enable the work of understanding and expressing emotions. Taking into account the results of the research and in particular the methodological design that was carried out to choose the story that was used in data collection and from the theoretical review, the following training was proposed, which had two moments.
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    Afectaciones psicológicas en pacientes con enfermedad terminal por deficiencia renal
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Psicología, Bogotá, 2023-09-13) Montaño Urrea, Laura Daniela; Sosa Salamanca, Juan Pablo; Sarmiento Corredor, María Camila; Luis Enrique Rodríguez Gutiérrez
    The main objective of this work is to cover the mainly psychological affectations that a patient in a terminal state due to renal deficiency has, in order to be able to look from a psychological point of view the possible treatments from a cognitive-behavioral point of view that could be applied to these people to diminish these emotional affectations. Terminal diseases as described by the UN "are those that do not have a healing process and lead to a faster death of a person", when these patients are in this state, their emotional stability begins to vary drastically, that is why in this work we will address all stages of renal impairment until reaching the terminal part on which we will focus. Within the cognitive approach we work on emotions, thoughts and behavior, as well as memory, attention and learning, throughout the work we will expand the information as to which of these can affect end-stage renal failure disease.
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    Efectividad de un programa de habilidades para la vida en estudiantes de pregrado de la Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Psicología, Medellín y Envigado, 2023-09-03) Puerta Arrieta, Santiago; Ángela María Martínez Chaparro
    This study set out to examine the effectiveness of a Life Skills Development (LDS) program in university students at the Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia. The objective was to determine whether this type of program can improve psychosocial skills in the HpV framework. A pretest and a posttest were carried out with a sample of 75 university students from the academic programs of dentistry and psychology. A measurement instrument designed to evaluate HpV constructed by Díaz et al. (2013) was used to measure the impact of the program. The results obtained indicated a significant increase in the scores obtained in the dimensions evaluated based on HpV. Most participants scored higher after training, suggesting that the intervention had a positive effect on all dimensions evaluated. This study demonstrates the efficacy of an HpV training program in university students and underscores the importance of HpV education in the university context.
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    Dimensiones de la memoria histórica: tejido social, asociatividad, ética-política
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Psicología, Barrancabermeja, 2023-01-10) Prada Galvis , Alberto; Salas Picón, Wilson Miguel; Cure Requena, Karime
    The peace agreement signed by the Colombian government and FARC- EP, recognizes the victims of violence, as the main actor in the armed conflict. In order to complay with objective number 5 of the accord, a whole new system which aims at every victim´s right to expect truth, justice, reparation and guarantee of not repetition, has been created. The peace agreement also takes into account the repositioning of survivors´s historical memory. Accordingly, the current Project analyses, throughtout a systematic revision how important historical memory is for rebuilding the social fabric, helping the associativity as an initiative, and also contemplates the ethical – political perspective as a key element. A qualitative research method has been carried out by implementing an electronic search on different sources of information, based on English and Spanish articles, published from 2010 until 2019 on databases such Science Direct, Scopus, Springer, Taylor y Francis, Oxford, Psicodoc, Ebscohost, Psycarticles, Jstor, PubMed, Eric, Medline, Redalyc and Scielo. All of them focused on the studies categories in Colombia, with some characteristics of Prisma. The results give account of the need of transforming the emphasis that historical memory has, into something that develops practices and strategies of empowerment and dignity. It is necessary to keep on working on historical memory research projects, as to resignify victims as subjects of rights.
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    Escena Ballroom Medellin
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Psicología, Medellín y Envigado, 2023-09-05) Murillo Palacios, Juan Camilo; Rojas Lopez, Maria Fernanda; Germán David Gómez Palacios
    Our degree work shows in an informative and reflective way how a culture that comes from abroad, in this case from the United States, has crossed cultural borders and has become from abroad, in this case from the United States, has crossed cultural frontiers and has progressively established itself in some and has progressively established itself in some cities of our country, as is the case of Medellin, the possibility for a specific public to learn from it and to adapt it as a way of life where self-exploration where self-exploration and movements become means that benefit the development of identity. development of identity. With this in mind, we focus on the Movement, the catwalks and the different and the different encounters in order to make visible the spaces and practices that promote free expression and the development of the the free expression and the development of the identity of those who integrate it. The Ballroom can be identified as an as an environment where diversity reigns. There, competitions take place between bodies bodies that frantically burst onto a catwalk to express themselves with autonomy, compete and prove that they are the best. and prove that they are the best. As part of our fieldwork, we conducted several interviews with people who are part of the scene. interviews with people who are part of the scene, we visited different places, and we made a historiographic search of some of the people who are part of the scene. historiographic search of some of the people who are part of this community, to later relate this information with our personal information with our personal experiences and to be able to answer a question we have as a collective. how do the artistic community spaces created for the Ballroom community contribute to the improvement of the quality of life of the Ballroom community? contribute to the improvement of the quality of life of the community?
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    Comparación de los procesos de atención entre jugadores y no jugadores de videojuegos de disparos (shooter)
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Psicología, Medellín, Envigado, 2023-09-05) Ángel Aristizábal, Juan Pablo; Cano Álvarez, Luis Fernando; Garcés Toro, Manuela; Restrepo Ríos, Jean Carlos; Santa Zapata, Juan José; Renato Zambrano Cruz
    Attention is a crucial process of the cognitive system that allows us to assimilate different stimuli by focusing on them, despite the presence of distractions, the brain has the ability to identify what it considers relevant at all times, on the other hand, video games are games Interactive electronics that allow the player to interact with a machine through devices such as consoles or computers. During the use of video games, the brain develops cognitive abilities and the senses of sight, hearing and touch are mainly involved. Although no specific studies have been carried out on the impact of video games on attention, it has been observed that they can enhance cognitive and creative abilities, as well as generate problems such as increased stress hormones and psychosocial difficulties, for which reason they have been carried out. Several studies have explored the impact of video games on attention, both in children and in primary school students, and it has been found that they can improve selective attention and cognitive processes, although more research is required in this field, it is suggested that video games can have a positive role in the development of attention.
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    Estrategias de afrontamiento al estrés en las entrevistas laborales de estudiantes de último semestre
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Psicología, Medellín, Envigado, 2023-09-04) Estrada Urrego, Juan Andrés; Gallego Villegas, Daniela; Renato Zambrano Cruz
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    Análisis de la evolución del conocimiento preventivo y su práctica entre la población de Colombia hacia la enfermedad por Coronavirus (Covid-19)
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Psicología, Neiva, 2022-01-19) Fierro Aldana, Carlos Alfonso; Barbosa Granados, Sergio Humberto; Rivera Diaz, Paola Andrea; Delgado, Daniel Ricardo; Ortiz, Claudia Patricia
    The present investigation shows the evolution that has presented the knowledge and practice of the recommendations given by the World Health Organization for the prevention of Covid-19 compared to the study carried out by RiveraDiaz et al. 478 people were surveyed, the results showed that a high percentage knows and puts into practice the recommendations of the WHO regardless of the individual's sex. In addition, the study evidences the problems related to the consumption of substances or medicines for the prevention of Covid-19, which they can seriously risk the health of those who consume them; on the other hand, the use of medicinal plants also proves to be a very common practice in the population.
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    Emotional processing in bullying: an event-related potential study
    (Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Psicología, Neiva, 2022-05-13) Bonilla Santos, Jasmin; Bonilla, Gisella; Gantiva, Carlos; González Hernández, Alfredis; Padilla García, Tatiana
    Bullying is a subtype of violence that leads to maladaptive behaviors and emotional responses, with implications for social competence, emotions, and empathy. The present study compared the time course of emotional processing in children who were involved in the dynamics of bullying (i.e., as victims, bullies, and observers) by evaluating event-related potentials [early posterior negativity and late positive potential (LPP)] in different brain regions during a passive visualization task that involved positive, neutral, and negative social pictures. High-density electroencephalograms were recorded in 45 children, 8–12 years old (M = 9.5 years, SD = 1.3), while they observed emotional and neutral social pictures that we selected from the International Affective Picture System. Late positive potential had higher amplitudes in the victim group, especially in posterior and anterior regions. In the central region, LPP was greater toward neutral social pictures in bullying victims. The greater amplitude of LPP in victims was observed during and after the stimulus. The results showed a consistent response with a higher intensity in response to emotional stimuli in the victim group, suggesting a tendency toward hypervigilance that could interfere with emotional regulation