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Revista de Investigacion Psicologica

versión On-line ISSN 2223-3032


PATSI HUMEREZ, Licet Victoria  y  REQUENA GONZALES, Silvia. Relation ship between maladaptive schemes with emotional dependence in women in situations of intimate partner violence . Revista de Psicologia [online]. 2020, n.23, pp. 9-34. ISSN 2223-3032.

Abstract The objective of this work was to analyze the relationship between Maladaptative Schemes with Emotional Dependency in women victims of heterosexual partner violence. It accounts for unmet basic and / or affective needs in childhood, fragmented interpersonal, behavioral and affective relationships, recurring throughout life. The study is framed in the quantitative method in a descriptive type, it is also correlational type since it tries to identify if there is a relationship between the two variables. The design is non experimental since it does not manipulate variables, it only observes, with a cross section, that is, the information is collected in a single moment. The sample was 40 women volunteers of legal age who present the characteristic of being victims of intimate partner violence. The Young Schema Questionnaire (1995) and the Lemos and Londoño (2006), Emotional Dependency Questionnaire were applied. The results obtained show a positive correlation between both variables according to C. Pearson: 582 with a significance level of 0.01 these results reflect that the maladaptive schemes are associated with emotional dependence.

Palabras clave : Maladaptive schemes; emotional dependency; women in situations of heterosexual partner violence..

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