Antecedentes del estudio en estudiantes universitarios: Validación de un modelo de ecuaciones estructurales basado en la teoría del comportamiento interpersonal en Chile

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https://doi.org/10.15628/holos.2016.4828

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Teoría del Comportamiento Interpersonal, Educación Superior, Modelamiento de Ecuaciones Estructurales, Chile

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El objetivo de este trabajo es explorar los factores que predicen el comportamiento de estudio en los alumnos universitarios. Se utilizó una encuesta basada en la Teoría del Comportamiento Interpersonal realizada a 137 estudiantes universitarios chilenos para medir este fenómeno. El Modelado de Ecuaciones Estructurales fue usado para analizar el modelo. Los resultados indican que el modelo explica el 54% del comportamiento de estudio, y apuntan a el hábito de como el antecedente clave de este comportamiento.

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Patricio Esteban Ramírez-Correa, Universidad Católica del Norte

Escuela de Ingeniería

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12/11/2016

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Ramírez-Correa, P. E. (2016). Antecedentes del estudio en estudiantes universitarios: Validación de un modelo de ecuaciones estructurales basado en la teoría del comportamiento interpersonal en Chile. HOLOS, 7, 366–377. https://doi.org/10.15628/holos.2016.4828

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