Volume 19 Num. 2 - June 2019
Trastorno límite de la personalidad e inteligencia emocional en adolescentes institucionalizados [Borderline Personality Disorder and Emotional Intelligence in Institutionalized Adolescents]
Volume 19 Num. 2 - June 2019 - Pages 229-238
Ferran Burgal Juanmartí , Jordi Segura Bernal , Victòria Fernández Puig , Miriam Sánchez Matas
This study analyzed the prevalence of Borderline Personality Disorder between the mentioned collective and the relationship between Emotional Intelligence and this disorder. A total of 61 participants between 13-17 years old, took part in this study. The results showed a important prevalence of borderline symptomatology as well as a negative correlation between Borderline Personality Disorder and general life satisfaction. Results of this study showed that an important prevalence of Borderline Personality Disorder on institutionalized children in the sample used. Furthermore, there would be a link between child abuses as well as child neglect and Borderline Personality Disorder, which would lead to a great emotional discomfort to the person who suffers it.
How to cite this paper: Burgal-Juanmartí F, Segura-Bernal J, Fernández-Puig V y Sánchez-Matas M (2019). Trastorno Límite de la Personalidad e Inteligencia Emocional Percibida en adolescentes institucionalizados. International Journal of Psychology & Psychological Therapy, 19, 2, 229-238.
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