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Revista de estudios y experiencias en educación

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ALVA CASTRO, María Isabel; RUVALCABA ROMERO, Norma Alicia; OROZCO SOLIS, Mercedes Gabriela  and  BRAVO ANDRADE, Héctor Rubén. Impact assessment of an emotional education program in Mexican women. Rev. estud. exp. educ. [online]. 2020, vol.19, n.39, pp.107-119. ISSN 0718-5162.

The impact assessment of emotional education programs is a relevant topic to argue the necessity of including participants in different life cycles and contexts. This study shows the impact assessment of a program for the development of emotional skills in mexican women. The intervention was organised around ten sessions and the results of prior and latter evaluations are included. The socioemotional skills inventory (EQi-SF), the adult resilience scale (RSA), and the anxiety inventory (IDARE) were applied to evaluate the impact. he results show a significant decrease in anxiety, an increase in personal and social competence and family cohesion on the resilience scale, as well as stress management skills and the generation of positive mood in terms of the social-emotional competence inventory.

Keywords : Emotional education; socioemotional competences; anxiety; depression; women.

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