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Gonçalves A. P., Salvador A. P., & Carvalho L. de F. (2021). Investigación de la capacidad de los factores del Inventario Dimensional Clínico de Personalidad 2 para discriminar personas con dependencia de sustancias. Acta Colombiana de Psicología, 24(1), 121-129. https://doi.org/10.14718/ACP.2021.24.1.11

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El objetivo de este estudio fue verificar la capacidad de los factores del Inventario Dimensional Clínico de la Personalidad-2 (IDCP-2) en la identificación de personas con dependencia química, así como comparar su capacidad discriminatoria con otro instrumento que evalúa rasgos patológicos, el Personality Inventory for DSM -5 (PID-5). La muestra contó con 253 personas divididas en tres grupos: población general, con 110 personas con edades entre 20 y 66 años (M = 32.3, DP = 10.1) y 71,8% del sexo femenino; subclínico, con 119 individuos con edades entre 18 y 63 años (M = 30,4, DP = 8,34) y 61,3% del sexo femenino; clínico, con 24 participantes siendo 83,3% del sexo masculino y con edades entre 19 y 59 años (M = 36,4, DP = 11,2). Se aplicaron dos instrumentos para la identificación de la dependencia química (AUDIT y ASSIST), además del IDCP-2 y el PID-5. Los resultados indicaron que los factores utilizados del IDCP-2 son capaces de diferenciar los grupos, principalmente los extremos (clínico y población general). Además, se observó que el IDCP-2 posee capacidad predictiva de la dependencia química similar al PID-5. De esta manera, los hallazgos se configuran como evidencias preliminares de que los factores del IDCP-2 son capaces de identificar personas con dependencia química, siendo Desesperanza el factor principal en la evaluación de los dependientes químicos.

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