Factores de la personalidad y su relación con el uso de videojuegos

Valeria Serruya

Resumen


Si bien la relación entre la personalidad y el uso de videojuegos ha sido abordada desde diferentes enfoques, en los últimos años numerosos trabajos se han centrado en el estudio de la Personalidad a partir del Modelo de los Cinco Factores. Sin  embargo, no se han relevado estudios que se propongan una revisión sistemática de la literatura especializada. El propósito del presente trabajo consiste en realizar una búsqueda bibliográfica en bases de datos como scielo, latindex, redalyc o EBSCO de trabajos que exploren la relación entre los cinco factores de la personalidad y los diferentes usos de videojuegos. De acuerdo con los resultados, los estudios que evalúan la personalidad a partir del FFM han encontrado relaciones a (1) el uso de los VJ online (2) el uso problemático de VJ online y (3), el uso de videojuegos violentos. Sin embargo, las diferentes formas de evaluar el uso de videojuegos complejizan la posibilidad de comparar los resultados.  Se recomienda que futuros estudios se enfoquen en la evaluación del constructo

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Personalidad, FFM, Videojuegos.

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