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  1. [Attitude towards women of gender schematic vs aschematic individuals].

    Psicothema 23(2):180 (2011) PMID 21504667

    Attitude towards women of gender schematic vs aschematic individuals. After the fourfold gender typology (1970s), a dual model -gender schematic versus aschematic individuals- emerged in the 1980s. In this research, the relationship between gender schemas and attitudes towards women'...
  2. [Factor structure analysis of the Preschool and Kindergarten Behavior Scale scores in Spanish population].

    Psicothema 23(2):314 (2011) PMID 21504687

    Social competence and antisocial behavior in children are interesting variables for researchers and educators. Nonetheless, there are few assessment instruments capable of measuring the two constructs in small children. The aim of this study is to verify the structural validity of the Preschool and K...
  3. Artificial neural networks applied to forecasting time series.

    Psicothema 23(2):322 (2011) PMID 21504688

    We use a time series made up of 244 time points. A comparative study establishes that the error made by the four neural network models analyzed is less than 10%. In accordance with the interpretation criteria of this performance, it can be concluded that the neural network models show a close fit re...
  4. [Effect of stimulus opening size in global dominance with orientation classification task].

    Psicothema 22(4):758 (2010) PMID 21044510

    The aims of this study is to examine whether global dominance depends on the opening size of the stimulus with concentric hierarchical figures and orientation classification task and to determine the role of the salience of global opening and its coincidence with vertical symmetry axis of context. I...
  5. Effect of initial status and growth in pseudoword reading on Spanish reading comprehension at the end of first grade.

    Psicothema 22(4):955 (2010) PMID 21044538

    This study analyzes the effect of initial status and growth in Spanish pseudoword reading in kindergarten and first grade on reading comprehension in Spanish at the end of first grade. One hundred and sixty-eight Spanish-speaking English learners who were learning to read in Spanish and English in t...
  6. [Traumatic brain injury and daily life: The role of executive function].

    Psicothema 22(3):430 (2010) PMID 20667271

    Executive functions are critical in our daily life. People with traumatic brain injury (TBI) often have difficulty functioning appropriately in everyday life. The objective of this study was to investigate the relationship between executive function and functional capacity after TBI....
  7. [Latin-American adolescents, acculturation and antisocial behavior].

    Psicothema 22(3):410 (2010) PMID 20667268

    The main purposes of this study are: a) To determine whether the acculturation styles proposed by Berry's model (integration, separation, assimilation and marginalization) can be replicated in a sample of Latin-American immigrant adolescents living in Spain; b) to examine the relatio...
  8. Cognitive executive performance influences functional outcome in euthymic type I bipolar disorder outpatients.

    Psicothema 26(2):166 (2014) PMID 24755016

    There is a debate about the influence of executive functioning impairment in the functionality of Bipolar Disorder Type I, even when euthymic (EutBDI). The aim of this study was to explore this relationship, taking functional outcome from a multidimensional point of view. An extended neuropsychologi...
  9. The Spanish version of the Work-related Acceptance and Action Questionnaire (WAAQ).

    Psicothema 26(1):63 (2014) PMID 24444731

    We back-translated the WAAQ into Spanish and then administered it to 209 workers, in addition to other relevant work-related measures. Data were very similar to those obtained with the original WAAQ version. The WAAQ showed a very good internal consistency (a = .92) and a clear one-factor structure....
  10. An explanatory model of the intention to continue studying among non-traditional university students.

    Psicothema 26(1):84 (2014) PMID 24444734

    Although academic achievement is believed to be an important factor in students' decision to continue studying at university, research on this topic is limited. The current study analyzed the relationship between academic achievement and the intention of 327 non-traditional students to continue stud...