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Dataset. 2023

DEVELOPMENT OF A RISK ASSESSMENT TOOL FOR SOCIAL SERVICES USING A MODIFIED DELPHI TECHNIQUE

  • Ferri Fuentevilla, Elena
  • Muñoz Moreno, Rocío
  • Vallejo Andrada, Ana
  • Vázquez Aguado, Octavio|||0000-0002-7636-2724
Datos de investigación: Aplicación del método Delphi para consulta a expertos sobre la idoneidad de los indicadores seleccionados para la elaboración del modelo HVCRA (Hazards, Vulnerability, Capacity and Risk Assesment) aplicado a los Servicios Sociales andaluces. Datos primarios asociados al artículo enviado a SAGE Open, The pandemic caused by covid-19 has revealed an enormous vulnerability in health, economic and social terms. We are facing a new unprecedented environmental and socioeconomic reality, which poses a challenge for risk control and management. This forces a methodological effort to be made in all areas in the creation of models for the prevention and prediction of existing impacts, risks, and potential threats. In Social Services’ field, we propose a tool that will allow, on the one hand, to measure the impact of COVID-19 on the Social Services system and, on the other hand, to evaluate the areas with the highest socioeconomic risk in the post-COVID scenario. The modified Delphi technique has been used to reach a consensus on a proposal of 37 indicators with a group of experts, which in the final phase resulted in 34. To our knowledge, this represents the first risk assessment tool in social services designed specifically for use at local level. The proposed tool can help determine the situation of municipal social services in relation to risk, assessing weaknesses and improving the capacity of the system., Este trabajo está financiado por el programa de ayudas a la I+D+i, en régimen de concurrencia competitiva, en el ámbito del plan andaluz de investigación, desarrollo e innovación (PAIDI 2020), dentro del proyecto de investigación “Riesgo e impacto de la covid-19 en el sistema de servicios sociales de Andalucía. IRIS”. Riesgo e impacto de la covid-19 en el sistema de servicios sociales de Andalucía. IRIS”. PAIDI 2020

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Arias Montano. Repositorio Institucional de la Universidad de Huelva
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Dataset. 2023

MALADAPTIVE FACET TRAIT PROFILES AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY: A PERSON-CENTERED ASSESSMENT APPROACH

  • Rosa Cáceres, Ana María
  • Rossi, Gina
  • Lozano Rojas, Óscar Martín|||0000-0003-2722-6563
  • Sánchez García, Manuel|||0000-0003-3375-8347
  • Facon, M.
  • Díaz Batanero, María Carmen|||0000-0003-3392-4683
Datos primarios asociados al artículo enviado a Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment, Person-centered approaches in the field of personality allow greater understanding of how different subpopulations with specific personality profiles are linked with related clinically relevant predictors or outcomes. Studies under the Five Factor Model offer consensus on the observation of a Resilient, an Undercontrolled and an Overcontrolled profile. However, studies using maladaptive traits are much more limited. The present research aimed to identify personality profiles based on the 25 maladaptative facet and examined the relationships between the profiles and personality dysfunctioning, internalizing and externalizing symptoms. A mixed sample composed of community adults (n = 742) and patients (n = 312) completed the Personality Inventory for DSM-5 Short Form, the Inventory of Depression and Anxiety Symptoms-II, Externalizing Spectrum Inventory–Brief From, the 12 items Spanish version of the WHO Disability Assessment Schedule II and Level of Personality Functioning Scale-Brief Form 2.0. Latent profile analysis was performed to identify profiles based scores on the 25 maladaptive personality trait facets scales of the PID-5-SF. The scores on internalizing, externalizing and functioning were compared across the profiles obtained, by analyzing the equality of means. Four personality profiles that differed in both level and shape emerged: Resilient, Undercontrolled, Overcontrolled, and Ordinary type. The Overcontrolled and Undercontrolled types showed higher scores on pathology scales than the Resilient and Ordinary types. While the Overcontrolled profile appeared more related to internalizing symptoms and impairment in self-functioning, the Undercontrolled profile was more linked to higher scores on externalizing symptoms and interpersonal dysfunctioning., This work was supported by the grant “Reliable and clinical relevant change of Inventory of Depression and Anxiety Symptoms II – IDAS-II: a longitudinal clinical utility study (RELY-IDAS-II)”, project PID2020-116187RB-I00 on Proyectos I+D+i 2020 “Retos del Conocimiento” provided by Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (Spain).

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DOI: https://hdl.handle.net/10272/21939
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Arias Montano. Repositorio Institucional de la Universidad de Huelva
oai:rabida.uhu.es:10272/23559
Dataset. 2023

ANÁLISIS DE LAS COMPETENCIAS DIGITALES Y USO DE HERRAMIENTAS TECNOLÓGICAS EN LOS/AS PROFESIONALES DE LOS SERVICIOS SOCIALES EN ANDALUCÍA

  • Gómez Rasco, Teresa
  • Muñoz Moreno, Rocío
  • Ferri Fuentevilla, Elena
  • Vallejo Andrada, Ana
  • Morilla Luchena, Aleix
Datos primarios asociados al artículo enviado a la revista Trabajo Social Global – Global Social Work, La muestra está conformada por 293 profesionales, en su mayoría mujeres de mediana edad y con una trayectoria profesional definida. Los resultados obtenidos permiten identificar el grado de conocimiento de los/as profesionales sobre competencias y herramientas digitales en un primer análisis descriptivo. Los resultados muestran un nivel adecuado de competencia digital en los/as profesionales, pero también señalan áreas donde se pueden mejorar como el uso de herramientas de visualización de datos o analítica y la comprensión de licencias de uso de contenidos digitales.

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Arias Montano. Repositorio Institucional de la Universidad de Huelva
oai:rabida.uhu.es:10272/20100
Dataset. 2021

NORMS ACCORDING TO AGE AND GENDER FOR THE SPANISH VERSION OF THE INVENTORY OF DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY SYMPTOMS (IDAS-II) 

  • Sánchez García, Manuel|||0000-0003-3375-8347
  • Rosa Cáceres, Ana María
  • Stasik-O'Brien, Sara
  • Mancheño-Barba, Juan José
  • Lozano, Oscar M.
  • Díaz Batanero, María Carmen|||0000-0003-3392-4683
Base de datos abierta y anonimizada, Datos primarios asociados al artículo publicado en Frontiers in Psychology (Vol. 12). Frontiers Media SA. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.748025, Inventory of Depression and Anxiety Symptoms-II constitutes a useful measurement tool with demonstrated psychometric properties that is contributing to the advancement of knowledge of emotional disorders within transdiagnostic models. To implement its use in clinical settings it is important that the scores can be interpreted in order to guide clinical decisions. This study aims to develops normative data for the Spanish version of the IDAS-II. An anonymous online survey was applied to 1072 subjects, recruited through a stratified random sampling procedure taking into account population gender, age and geographical region of Spain. Results show that women tend to score higher than men, particularly on the Dysphoria, General Depression, Appetite Gain and Lassitude scales. Largest effect sizes for differences in the scores according to age were found for Lassitude, Dysphoria and General Depression. Therefore, normative data according to gender and age group for each IDAS-II scale is provided. The norms provided in this work complement those already available, facilitating the decision-making of clinical professionals. Evidence of unidimensionality is provided for the 19 IDAS-II scales that allows researchers and clinicians to use specific IDAS-II scales independently., Network-Psyco: Modelización a través de redes empíricas de las conexiones entre facetas y rasgos psicológicos”, project UHU-1257470 on Programa Operativo FEDER Andalucía 2014-2020.

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Arias Montano. Repositorio Institucional de la Universidad de Huelva
oai:rabida.uhu.es:10272/21157
Dataset. 2022

DIFFERENTIATION OF SELF AND INTERPERSONAL FUNCTIONING WITH THE LEVEL OF PERSONALITY FUNCTIONING SCALE-BRIEF-FORM 2.0 (LPFS-BF 2.0)

  • Rossi, Gina
  • Díaz Batanero, María Carmen|||0000-0003-3392-4683
Datos primarios asociados al artículo enviado a Journal of Personality Assessment, Since the publication of the Alternative Model on Personality Disders in Section III DSM-5, literature has widely focused on providing validity evidence for the 25 facets defined in Criterion B. More recently, scientific attention has shifted towards Criterion A, with a considerable set of mixed results both supporting and disagreeing the operational definition of the model. The present study aims to provide additional evidence on the structural and relational differentiation of self and interpersonal dimensions of personality functioning using a quick screener, the Level of Personality Functioning Scale – Brief Form 2.0 (LPFS-BF 2.0), in a community and clinical mixed sample. 1074 participants (717 community adults and 357 patients) completed the LPFS-BF 2.0, the Personality Inventory for DSM-5 Short Form and the Questionnaire for the World Health Organization Disability Assessment. The internal structure of LPFS 2.0 was assessed through a series of Confirmatory Factor Analyses and bifactor modeling was applied to assess the dimensionality. Exploratory Structural Equation Modelling was used to explore the joint structure of functioning and maladaptive traits. Multiple linear regressions, controlling for age and sex, were employed to evaluate the predictive validity of LPFS scales in explaining functional impairment. Our results clearly support a two-factor structure of criterion A (self and interpersonal functioning) when measured with LPFS-BF 2.0. Results also displayed clear differences between the personality functioning factors, with the self-functioning factor more closely linked to facets of the negative affect domains and the interpersonal-functioning factor linked to several antagonistic personality traits. Moreover, our results suggested a relevant role of self-functioning in the explanation of the functional impairment along and beyond personality facets. These results lead to consider the LPFS-BF 2.0 a useful tool for clinical routine monitoring self and interpersonal personality functioning., This work was supported by the grant “Network-Psyco: Modelización a través de redes empíricas de las conexiones entre facetas y rasgos psicológicos”, project UHU-1257470 on Programa Operativo FEDER Andalucía 2014-2020, provided by Fondo Europeo de Desarrollo Regional (EU) and by Ministry of Universities of the Government of Spain (PRX21/00319).

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10272/21157
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Arias Montano. Repositorio Institucional de la Universidad de Huelva
oai:rabida.uhu.es:10272/23204
Dataset. 2022

ALCOHOL PROTECTIVE BEHAVIORAL STRATEGIES IN YOUNG SPANISH ADULTS IN THE COMMUNITY: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF PERCEIVED EFFI CACY AND SOCIAL NORMS

  • Fernández Calderón, Fermín|||0000-0002-2981-1670
  • Bravo, Adrián J.
  • Díaz Batanero, María Carmen|||0000-0003-3392-4683
  • Palamar, Joseph J.
  • Carmona Márquez, José|||0000-0002-2822-516X
Datos primarios asociados al artículo publicado en Psicothema: https://doi.org/10.7334/psicothema2021.413, Background: Protective behavioral strategies (PBS) have been shown to be useful for reducing excessive alcohol use and alcohol-related problems. However, research on the explanatory factors of PBS is limited. This paper prospectively examines the contribution of perceived effi cacy of PBS in reducing alcohol-related consequences and perceived descriptive norms of close peers´ PBS use in young adults. The mediating role of perceived effi cacy of PBS between descriptive norms of PBS use and personal PBS use is also examined. Method: Targeted sampling was used to recruit a community-based sample of 339 young Spanish adults aged 18-25 years, who completed baseline and two-month follow-up questionnaires. Three types of PBS (serious harm reduction-SHR, manner of drinking-MOD, and stopping/limiting drinking-SLD) were measured. Results: Both perceived effi cacy and descriptive norms at baseline were positively associated with personal PBS use (SHR, MOD and SLD) at follow-up. A partial mediation effect of perceived effi cacy between descriptive norms and personal PBS use was found for the three PBS subscales. Conclusions: Our fi ndings support the usefulness of correcting misperceptions of PBS use by peers in interventions aimed at reducing excessive drinking and alcohol-related consequences in young adults in the community. Moreover, PBS perceived effi cacy should be included as a component of these interventions, Antecedentes: las estrategias conductuales de protección (ECP) han mostrado utilidad para reducir el consumo excesivo de alcohol y sus problemas asociados, aunque la investigación sobre sus factores explicativos es escasa. Este trabajo examina la contribución de la efi cacia percibida de las ECP para reducir las consecuencias negativas del alcohol, y la norma descriptiva percibida del uso de PBS de los iguales, en adultos jóvenes. Además, analiza el papel mediador de la efi cacia percibida entre norma descriptiva y ECP. Método: mediante muestreo dirigido a poblaciones diana, 339 jóvenes españoles (18-25 años) comunitarios cumplimentaron cuestionarios basal y de seguimiento (dos meses), midiéndose tres tipos de ECP (reducción de daños-RR, forma de beber-FB, parar/limitar el consumo- PLC). Resultados: efi cacia y norma se asociaron positivamente con el uso de ECP (RR/FB/PLC) en el seguimiento. Para los tres tipos de ECP se detectó un efecto de mediación parcial de la efi cacia percibida entre la norma y el uso de ECP. Conclusiones: corregir percepciones erróneas del uso de ECP de los iguales puede ser útil en las intervenciones dirigidas a reducir el uso excesivo de alcohol y sus consecuencias en adultos jóvenes comunitarios, al igual que la inclusión de la efi cacia percibida como uno de sus componentes

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DOI: https://hdl.handle.net/10272/23204, https://dx.doi.org/10.7334/psicothema2021.413
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Arias Montano. Repositorio Institucional de la Universidad de Huelva
oai:rabida.uhu.es:10272/20953
Dataset. 2022

ASSESSING INTERNALIZING SYMPTOMS AND THEIR RELATION WITH LEVELS OF IMPAIRMENT: EVIDENCE-BASED CUTOFFS FOR INTERPRETING INVENTORY FOR DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY SYMPTOMS (IDAS-II) SCORES

  • Rosa Cáceres, Ana María
  • Lozano Rojas, Óscar Martín|||0000-0003-2722-6563
  • Sánchez García, Manuel|||0000-0003-3375-8347
  • Fernández Calderón, Fermín|||0000-0002-2981-1670
  • Rossi, Gina
  • Díaz Batanero, María Carmen|||0000-0003-3392-4683
Datos primarios asociados al artículo enviado a Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, Trabajo financiado con el proyecto de Investigación PID2020-116187RB-I00: "CAMBIO FIABLE Y CLINICAMENTE RELEVANTE DEL INVENTORY OF DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY SYMPTOMS II (IDAS-II: UN ESTUDIO LONGITUDINAL SOBRE SU UTILIDAD CLINICA" de la Convocatoria Retos 2020 del Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación.

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Arias Montano. Repositorio Institucional de la Universidad de Huelva
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Dataset. 2022

POSITIVE EFFECTS OF CHALLENGING AND SUPPORTIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS ON STUDENT MOTIVATION, ENGAGEMENT AND SELF-REPORTED LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Tirado Morueta, Ramón|||0000-0002-3965-3063
  • Ceada-Garrido, Yolanda
  • Barragán Piña, Antonio Javier|||0000-0002-2593-7989
  • Enrique Gómez, Juan Manuel|||0000-0003-2891-1335
  • Andújar Márquez, José Manuel|||0000-0002-0631-0021
Datos primarios asociados al arículo enviado a Research Papers In Education, It is generally recognized that a challenging learning environment with the necessary supports will be stimulating for the student. However, there is a lack of studies that contribute to validate comprehensive models that help teachers to know how to stimulate their students. The objective of this study was to understand the mechanisms that explain the engagement and the positive results of challenging and supportive learning environments. During two academic years, the Sustainable Urban Race (SUR) project was analyzed. In this project, students from secondary schools should design and build an electric vehicle using solar energy. In the present study, an adaptation of the self-system model of motivational development (SSMMD) and a multigroup analysis of structural equations was applied. The data showed a positive association of the challenging and support-enriched context with the students' engagement, being partially mediated by the satisfaction of the competence needs, peer relationships and group autonomy. This study provides a comprehensive approach to develop and assess learning experiences providing inputs that will help teachers and educational managers organize and optimize educational experiences, Fundación Española para la Ciencia y la Tecnología (FECYT) [FCT-19 -14492 and FCT -20-15499].

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Arias Montano. Repositorio Institucional de la Universidad de Huelva
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Dataset. 2021

ISOCYANIC ACID (HNCO) IN THE HOT MOLECULAR CORE G331.512-0.103: OBSERVATIONS AND CHEMICAL MODELLING

  • Canelo, Carla M.
  • Bronfman, Leonardo
  • Mendoza, Edgar
  • Duronea, Nicolas
  • Merello, Manuel
  • Carvajal Zaera, Miguel|||0000-0001-8743-129X
  • Friaça, Amâncio C. S.
  • Lepine, Jacques
Datos primarios asociados al artículo publicado en Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. https://doi.org/10.1093/mnras/stab1163, If these data are used, they should cite the following paper: "Isocyanic acid (HNCO) in the hot molecular core G331.512-0.103: observations and chemical modelling", Carla M. Canelo, Leonardo Bronfman, Edgar Mendoza, Nicolas Duronea, Manuel Merello, Miguel Carvajal, Amâncio C. S. Friaça, and Jacques Lepine. Monthy Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 504, 4428–4444 (2021), CNPq, Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Cientı́fico e Tecnológico – Brazil, process number 141714/2016-6. Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nı́vel Superior – Brasil (CAPES) – Finance Code 001. CONICYT (Comisión Nacional de Investigación Cientı́fica y Tecnológica) project Basal AFB-170002. Brazilian agencies FAPESP (Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo, grant 2014/22095-6). CNPq (grant 150465/2019-0). The European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement no 872081. Spanish National Research, Development, and Innovation plan (RDI plan) under the project PID2019-104002GB-C21. The Consejerı́a de Conocimiento, Investigación y Universidad, Junta de Andalucı́a and European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), ref. SOMM17/6105/UGR. Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades (ref. COOPB20364). Centro de Estudios Avanzados en Fı́sica, Matemáticas y Computación (CEAFMC) of the University of Huelva.

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Dataset. 2020

ADULT ADHD SELF-REPORT SCALE: COMPREHENSIVE PSYCHOMETRIC STUDY IN A SPANISH SUD SAMPLE

  • Lozano Rojas, Óscar Martín|||0000-0003-2722-6563
  • Carmona Márquez, José|||0000-0002-2822-516X
  • Muñoz Silva, Alicia|||0000-0002-6901-9928
  • Fernández Calderón, Fermín|||0000-0002-2981-1670
  • Díaz Batanero, María Carmen|||0000-0003-3392-4683
  • Sánchez García, Manuel|||0000-0003-3375-8347
Datos primarios asociados al artículo publicado en Journal of Attention Disorders.https://doi.org/10.1177/1087054716664410, Objective: The purpose of this study is to provide reliability and validity evidence of the Adult Self-Report Scale (ASRS) scores on different versions and scoring procedures in a Spanish substance use disorder (SUD) sample. Method: The sample was made up of 170 outpatients diagnosed with SUD. The ASRS, the Mini-International Neuropsychiatric Interview (MINI), and the Substance Dependence Severity Scale were administered. Results: The results of the confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) showed adequate fit to the structure proposed by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (4th ed.; DSM-IV) in the 18-item version. On the screening scale, best fit was found for a model with two correlated factors (inattention and hyperactivity). The exploratory factor analysis (EFA) showed that the ADHD items converge and are differentiated from symptoms of withdrawal. The regression analyses showed that severity of dependence is explained by the ASRS scores. Conclusion: Both versions of the ASRS showed adequate psychometric properties. The polytomous or dichotomous score is relevant in patient classification.

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DOI: https://hdl.handle.net/10272/23062
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Arias Montano. Repositorio Institucional de la Universidad de Huelva
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