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Conde, K., Lichtenberger, A., & Peltzer, R. I. (2015). Validez de los cuestionarios de expectativas hacia el consumo de alcohol. Revista Investigaciones Andina, 16(28), 881-897. https://doi.org/10.33132/01248146.69

Resumen

Introducción: las expectativas hacia el consumo de alcohol se definen como creencias de los efectos del alcohol sobre el comportamiento y podrían predecir su consumo. El objetivo de este trabajo es resumir la información disponible sobre los cuestionarios que las miden y su validez.

Métodos: se realizaron búsquedas en las bases de datos Pubmed, Scopus, PsycINFO, Lilacs y Scielo, seleccionando estudios sobre la validez de los cuestionarios. La calidad del material se evaluó con la guía CASP y la síntesis de datos fue cualitativa.

Resultados: de las 133 referencias resultantes, 56 se eliminaron por repetirse, 52 por no ser de la temática/objetivo, y se agregaron 7 de otras fuentes. Se hallaron 16 instrumentos con buenos índices de fiabilidad y validez, algunos de ellos utilizados eficazmente para predecir el consumo de alcohol.

Conclusión: los cuestionarios de expectativas hacia el consumo de alcohol podrían constituir una herramienta útil para la investigación, evaluación clínica y tamizaje.

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