Publicaciones: Recursos Personales y Psicología Positiva

A continuación se muestra una lista de todas las publicaciones realizadas en el campo de Recursos Personales y Psicología Positiva:

  1. Peláez-Fernández, M. A., Chamizo-Nieto, M. T., Rey, L., & Extremera, N. (2021). How Do Cyber Victimization and Low Core Self-Evaluations Interrelate in Predicting Adolescent Problematic Technology Use?. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18 (6), 3114. Enlace.
  2. Arrivillaga, C., Rey, L., & Extremera, N. (2021). Perfil emocional de adolescentes en riesgo de un uso problemático de internet. Revista de Psicología Clínica con Niños y Adolescentes, 8 (1), 47-53. Enlace.
  3. Chang, E. C., Sánchez-Álvarez, N., Rey, L., Extremera, N., & Chang, O. D. (2021). Chronic negative mood and emotional strengths: Some evidence for using emotions as a specific buffer to the problem of suicide. Personality and Individual Differences, 168 110384. Enlace.
  4. Arrivillaga, C., Rey, L., & Extremera, N. (2020). Adolescents’ problematic internet and smartphone use is related to suicide ideation: Does emotional intelligence make a difference?. Computer in Human Behavior, 110 106375. Enlace.
  5. Arrivillaga, C., Rey, L., & Extremera, N. (2020). Uso problemático del smartphone y ajuste psicológico en adolescentes: El papel clave de la inteligencia emocional. Know and Share Psychology, 1 (4), 147-158. Enlace.
  6. Chamizo-Nieto, M. T., & Rey, L. (2020). Ciberacoso y recursos personales en adolescentes: Las competencias emocionales y la gratitud como factores de protección ante las conductas de ciberagresión. Know and Share Psychology, 1 (4), 113-122. Enlace.
  7. Chamizo-Nieto, M. T., Rey, L., & Pellitteri, J. (2020). Gratitude and Emotional Intelligence as Protective Factors against Cyber-Aggression: Analysis of a Mediation Model. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17 (12), 4475. Enlace.
  8. Díaz-Miranda, N., & Extremera, N. (2020). Inteligencia emocional, adicción al smartphone y malestar psicológico como predictores de la nomofobia en adolescentes. Know and Share Psychology, 1 (2), 7-13. Enlace.
  9. Extremera, N. (2020). Coping with the stress caused by the COVID-19 pandemic: future research agenda base don emotional intelligence. International Journal of Social Psychology/Revista de Psicología Social, 35 (3), 631-638. Enlace.
  10. Extremera, N., Mérida-López, S., & Sánchez-Álvarez, N. (2020). Inteligencia emocional: Avances teóricos y aplicados tras 30 años de recorrido científico. Know and Share Psychology, 1 (4), 11-18. Enlace.
  11. Extremera, N., Sánchez-Álvarez, N., & Rey, L. (2020). Pathways between Ability Emotional Intelligence and Subjective Well-Being: Bridging Links through Cognitive Emotion Regulation Strategies. Sustainability, 12 (5), 2111. Enlace.
  12. García, L., Quintana-Orts, C., & Rey, L. (2020). Cibervictimización y satisfacción vital en adolescentes: la inteligencia emocional como variable mediadora [Cybervictimization and Life Satisfaction in Adolescents: Emotional Intelligence as Mediator]. Revista de Psicología Clínica con Niños y Adolescentes, 7 (1), 38-45. Enlace.
  13. Gracia-Granados, B., Quintana-Orts, C., & Rey, L. (2020). Regulación emocional y uso problemático de las redes sociales en adolescentes: el papel de la sintomatología depresiva. Health and Additions/Salud y Drogas, 20 (1), 77-86. Enlace.
  14. Quintana-Orts, C, Rey, L. & Neto, F. (2020). Beyond Cyberbullying: Investigating When and How Cybervictimization Predicts Suicidal Ideation. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Enlace.
  15. Quintana-Orts, C., & Rey, L. (2020). El perdón ante el acoso y ciberacoso escolar. ¿Por qué es tan importante entrenarlo en la adolescencia?. Actualidad, 91 Enlace.
  16. Quintana-Orts, C., Chamizo-Nieto, M. T., Rey, L., & Neto, F. (2020). Bienestar en víctimas de acoso: ¿puede la inteligencia emocional marcar una diferencia en función del género de los adolescentes?. Know and Share Psychology, 1 (4), 189-200. Enlace.
  17. Quintana-Orts, C., Mérida-López, S., Rey, L., Neto, F., & Extemera, N. (2020). Untangling the Emotional Intelligence-Suicidal Ideation Connection: The Role of Cognitive Emotion Regulation Strategies in Adolescents. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 9 (10), 3116. Enlace.
  18. Quintana-Orts, C., Rey, L., & Neto, F. (2020). Are Loneliness and Emotional Intelligence Important Factors for Adolescents? Understanding the Influence of Bullying and Cyberbullying Victimisation on Suicidal Ideation. Psychosocial Intervention, Enlace.
  19. Quintana-Orts, C., Rey, L., Chamizo-Nieto, M. T., & Worthington Jr., E. L. (2020). A Serial Mediation Model of the Relationship between Cybervictimization and Cyberaggression: The Role of Stress and Unforgiveness Motivations. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17 (21), 7966. Enlace.
  20. Rey, L., Neto, F., & Extremera, N. (2020). Cyberbullying victimisation and somatic complaints: A prospective examination of cognitive emotion regulation strategies as mediators. International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology, 20 (2), 135-139. Enlace.
  21. Rey, L., Quintana-Orts, C., Mérida-López, S., & Extremera, N. (2020). The Relationship between Personal Resources and Depression in a Sample of Victims of Cyberbullying: Comparison of Groups with and without Symptoms of Depression. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17 (24), 9307. Enlace.
  22. Romero-Mesa, J., Peláez-Fernández, M. A., & Extremera, N. (2020). Emotional intelligence and eating disorders: a systematic review. Eating and Weight Disorders - Studies on Anorexia, Bulimia and Obesity, Enlace.
  23. Sánchez-Álvarez, N., Berrios-Martos, M. P., & Extremera, N. (2020). A Meta-Analysis of the Relationship Between Emotional Intelligence and Academic Performance in Secondary Education: A Multi-Stream Comparison. Frontiers in Psychology, 11 1517. Enlace.
  24. Sánchez-Álvarez, N., Extremera, N., Rey, L., Chang, E. C., & Chang, O. D. (2020). Optimism and gratitude on suicide risk in Spanish adults: Evidence for doubling up or doubling down?. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 76 (10), 1882-1892. Enlace.
  25. Sánchez-Álvarez, N., Rey, L., Extremera, N., & Chang, O. D. (2020). Más allá del papel de los recursos personales positivos en el bienestar de estudiantes universitarios españoles: ¿Importa la inteligencia emocional?. Know and Share Psychology, 1 (4), 91-101. Enlace.
  26. Yudes, C., Rey, L., & Extremera, N. (2020). Predictive Factors of Cyberbullying Perpetration amongst Spanish Adolescents. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17 (11), 3967. Enlace.
  27. Extremera, N., Quintana-Orts, C., Sánchez-Álvarez, N., & Rey, L. (2019). The Role of Cognitive Emotion Regulation Strategies on Problematic Smartphone Use: Comparison between Problematic and Non-Problematic Adolescent Users. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16 (17), 3142. Enlace.
  28. Quintana-Orts, C., & Rey, L. (2019). El perdón en el contexto educativo: recomendaciones prácticas para su desarrollo en las escuelas [Forgiveness in the educational context: Practice recommendations for its development at schools]. Voces de la educación, 10 129-143.
  29. Quintana-Orts, C., Rey, L., & Worthington Jr., E. L. (2019). The Relation between Forgiveness, Bullying and Cyberbullying in Adolescence: A Systematic Review. Trauma,Violence & Abuse, Enlace.
  30. Quintana-Orts, C., Rey, L., Mérida-López, S., & Extremera, N. (2019). What bridges the gap between emotional intelligence and suicide risk in victims of bullying? A moderated mediation study. Journal of Affective Disorders, 245 798-805. Enlace.
  31. Rey, L., Mérida-López, S., Sánchez-Álvarez, N., & Extremera, N. (2019). When and How Do Emotional Intelligence and Flourishing Protect against Suicide Risk in Adolescent Bullying Victims?. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16 (12), 2114. Enlace.
  32. Rey, L., Quintana-Orts, C., Mérida-López, S., & Extremera, N. (2019). Being Bullied at School: Gratitude as Potential Protective Factor for Suicide Risk in Adolescents. Frontiers in Psychology, 10 332. Enlace.
  33. Sánchez-Álvarez, N., Extremera, N., & Fernández-Berrocal, P. (2019). The influence of trait meta-mood on subjective well-being: A random intercept cross-sectional and prospective evidences in adolescents. Educational Psychology, 39 (3), 332-352. Enlace.
  34. Urquijo, I., Extremera, N., & Azanza, G. (2019). The Contribution of Emotional Intelligence to Career Success: Beyond Personality Traits. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16 (23), 4809. Enlace.
  35. Veytia-López, M., Calvete, E., Sánchez-Álvarez, N., & Guadarrama-Guadarrama, R. (2019). Relationship between emotional intelligence perceived and stressful life events in Mexican adolescents. Journal of Mental Health, 42 (26), 261-268. Enlace.
  36. Yudes, C., Rey, L., & Extremera, N. (2019). Ciberagresión, adicción a internet e inteligencia emocional en adolescentes: un análisis de diferencias de género. Voces de la educación, 10 27-44.
  37. Extremera, N., Quintana-Orts, C., Mérida-López, S., & Rey, L. (2018). Cyberbullying victimization, self-esteem and suicidal ideation in adolescence: Does emotional intelligence play a buffering role?. Frontiers in Psychology, 9 367. Enlace.
  38. Fernández-Berrocal, P., Ruiz-Aranda, D., Salguero, J. M., Palomera, R., & Extremera, N. (2018). La relación del Test de Inteligencia Emocional de la Fundación Botín (TIEFBA) con el ajuste personal y escolar de adolescentes españoles. Revista de Psicodidáctica, 23 1-8. Enlace.
  39. Quintana-Orts, C., & Rey, L. (2018). Forgiveness, depression, and suicidal behavior in adolescents: Gender differences in this relationship. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 79 (2), 85-89. Enlace.
  40. Quintana-Orts, C., & Rey, L. (2018). Traditional bullying, cyberbullying and mental health in early adolescents: Forgiveness as a protective factor of peer victimization. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15 (11), 2389. Enlace.
  41. Quintana-Orts, C., & Rey, L. (2018). Forgiveness and cyberbullying in adolescence: Does willingness to forgive help minimize the risk of becoming a cyberbully?. Computers in Human Behavior, 81 209-214. Enlace.
  42. Rey, L., Quintana-Orts, C., Mérida-López, S., & Extremera, N. (2018). Emotional intelligence and peer cybervictimisation in adolescents: Gender as moderator. Comunicar, 56 (26), 9-18. Enlace.
  43. Yudes, C., Baridon-Chauvie, D., & González-Cabrera, J. (2018). Cyberbullying and problematic Internet use in Colombia, Uruguay and Spain: Cross-cultural study. Comunicar, 56 49-58. Enlace.
  44. Gamarra-Jiménez, E., De la Torre-López, J., Pérez-Costillas, L., & Sánchez-Álvarez, N. (2017). Análisis y diseño intervencionista de la conducta suicida en población con dificultades socio-económicas. Enfoque preventivo desde la Psicología Positiva. Documentos de Trabajo Social, 57 100-124.
  45. Rey, L., Extremera, N., & Sánchez-Álvarez, N. (2017). Clarifying the links between perceived emotional intelligence and well-being in older people: Pathways through perceived social support from family and friends. Applied Research in Quality of Life, 14 (1), 221-235. Enlace.
  46. Cabello, R., Sorrel, M. A., Fernández-Pinto, I., Extremera, N., & Fernández-Berrocal, P. (2016). Age and gender differences in ability emotional intelligence in adults: A cross-sectional study. Developmental psychology, 52 (9), 1486. Enlace.
  47. Extremera, N., & Rey, L. (2016). Ability emotional intelligence and life satisfaction: Positive and negative affect as mediators. Personality and Individual Differences, 102 98-101. Enlace.
  48. Fernández-Berrocal, P., & Extremera, N. (2016). Ability emotional intelligence, depression, and well-being. Emotion Review, 8 (4), 311-315. Enlace.
  49. Rey, L., & Extremera, N. (2016). Forgiveness and health-related quality of life in older people: Adaptive cognitive emotion regulation strategies as mediators. Journal of Health Psychology, 22 2944-2954. Enlace.
  50. Sánchez-Álvarez, N., Extremera, N., & Fernández-Berrocal, P. (2016). The relation between emotional intelligence and subjective well-being: A meta-analytic investigation. Journal of Positive Psychology, 11 276-285. Enlace.
  51. Sánchez-García, M., Extremera, N., & Fernández-Berrocal, P. (2016). The factor structure and psychometric properties of the Spanish version of the Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test. Psychological assessment, 28 (11), 1404. Enlace.
  52. Urquijo, I., Extremera, N., & Villa, A. (2016). Emotional Intelligence, Life Satisfaction, and Psychological Well-Being in Graduates: the Mediating Effect of Perceived Stress. Applied Research in Quality of Life, 11 (4), 1241-1252. Enlace.
  53. Extremera, N., & Rey, L. (2015). The moderator role of emotion regulation ability in the link between stress and well-being. Frontiers in Psychology, 6 1632. Enlace.
  54. Peláez-Fernández, M. A., Extremera, N., & Fernández-Berrocal, P. (2015). Perceived emotional intelligence and aggression among adults: The moderating role of gender. Australian Journal of Psychology, 67 (3), 140-148. Enlace.
  55. Salguero, J. M., Extremera, N., Cabello, R., & Fernández-Berrocal, P. (2015). If you have high emotional intelligence, you must trust in your abilities: the interaction effect of ability emotional intelligence and emotional self-efficacy on depression in women. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 33 46-56.
  56. Sánchez-Álvarez, N., Extremera, N., & Fernández-Berrocal, P. (2015). Maintaining life satisfaction in adolescence: Affective mediators of the influence of perceived emotional intelligence on overall life satisfaction judgments in a two-year longitudinal study. Frontiers in Psychology, 6 1892. Enlace.
  57. Peláez-Fernández, M. A., Extremera, N., & Fernández-Berrocal, P. (2014). Incremental prediction and moderating role of the perceived emotional intelligence over aggressive behavior. Spanish Journal of Psychology, 17 1-11. Enlace.
  58. Rey, L., & Extremera, N. (2014). Positive psychological characteristics and interpersonal forgiveness: Identifying the unique contribution of emotional intelligence abilities, Big Five traits, gratitude and optimism. Personality and Individual Differences, 68 199-204. Enlace.
  59. Ruiz-Aranda, D., Extremera, N., & Pineda-Galán, C. (2014). Emotional intelligence, life satisfaction and subjective happiness in female student health professionals: The mediating effect of perceived stress. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 21 (3), 106-113. Enlace.
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