El Factor Responsabilidad de los Cinco Grandes: revisión sistemática de investigaciones (2010-2022)
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Palabras clave

Personalidad
Cinco Grandes
Responsabilidad
Poder
Deber

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García Hernández, F. R., & Quevedo Aguado, M. P. (2022). El Factor Responsabilidad de los Cinco Grandes: revisión sistemática de investigaciones (2010-2022): The Big Five’s Responsibility Factor: A Systematic Research Review (2010-2022). Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos De Psicología, 22(2), 1–18. https://doi.org/10.18270/chps.v23i1.4209

Resumen

El presente estudio es una revisión sistemática de las investigaciones adelantadas entre 2010 y 2022 en torno al factor de responsabilidad desde el Modelo de los cinco grandes. Tal revisión tiene como propósito identificar constructos esenciales que definen este factor, lo cual servirá como punto de partida para el diseño de futuras investigaciones. Se realizó una búsqueda bibliográfica de artículos en Scopus y Psycarticles, con los términos de búsqueda responsabilidad y cinco grandes en abstract y/o palabras clave. 92 artículos cumplieron con los criterios de exclusión e inclusión. Las investigaciones reseñadas se refieren a tópicos como: concepto y evolución de la responsabilidad a lo largo del ciclo de vida; relaciones del factor responsabilidad con el desempeño laboral y escolar, así como con la toma de decisiones, las preferencias, las actitudes sociales y la participación política; y grado de afectación de las variables biológicas y socioculturales sobre la responsabilidad. Cabe anotar que esta es un factor de la personalidad, el cual se puede comprender desde dos perspectivas complementarias (poder y deber) que, a su vez, se concretan en dos constructos (logro y orden).

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