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Ajayu Órgano de Difusión Científica del Departamento de Psicología UCBSP

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DAROCA OLLER, Cyra Soledad  y  VELASCO ARCE, Carla. BEHAVIOR IN ADOLESCENTS OF THE CITIES OF LA PAZ, SANTA CRUZ AND TARIJA. Ajayu [online]. 2004, vol.2, n.1, pp. 67-76. ISSN 2077-2161.

The Dysfunctions of the alimentary behaviour are alterations cognitive that have devastating consequences so much at affective, emotional, social level that they can take until to the death to people that suffer them (Fernandez and Turon, 1998). The main objective of the present investigation was to detect the prevalence and the population in risk of the dysfunctions of the alimentary behaviour, in adolescents between 13 and 20 years of three cities of Bolivia, in relation to the sex (feminine, masculine), attendance to certain type of educational establishment (matter, fiscal) and residence place (cities of La Paz, Santa Cruz and Tarija). The investigation is of descriptive type, transactional, with a sample of multiple stages, stratified by conglomerate, the selection of the sample has but of 95% of trust. Among the main results it was a prevalence of the Dysfunctions of the Alimentary Behaviour of 4.44% among the total of interviewed adolescents. Wave identified population with high risk of unchaining dysfunctions of the alimentary behaviour corresponds to the studied population's 25.9%.

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