Coping Styles Scale For The Use Of Digital Technologies And Metacomplex Learning Environments
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The study aimed to elaborate the Coping Styles Scale for Adolescents, using the Skinner and Zimmer-Gembeck (2009) model, in the contexts of family, peers and school. The instrument was validated by a panel of judges and applied to a non-probabilistic sample composed of 130 adolescents (85 females and 45 males) with an average age of 17.24 years, students of the Escuela Normal Experimental “Fray Matías Antonio de Córdova y Ordóñez” (n= 53) and the Escuela Preparatoria No.1 del Estado (n=77), both in San Cristóbal de Las Casas, located in Chiapas, Mexico. A total of 119 items were obtained, with an overall Cronbach’s alpha of 0.939.