Las variables sociales y la conciencia metacognitiva de los jóvenes adultos colombianos

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Antonio P. Gutiérrez de Blume, Ph. D.
Diana Marcela Montoya-Londoño, Ph. D.
Daniel Landínez-Martínez, Ph. D.
Natalia Andrea Toro-Zuluaga, Mg.

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La metacognición se define como un proceso reflexivo que permite a las personas monitorear, controlar y autorregular su comportamiento. Sin embargo, la metacognición rara vez se ha estudiado con variables más allá del contexto educativo, como variables sociales, conductuales o clínicas. Así, el propósito del presente estudio fue explorar la relación entre las variables sociales y la conciencia metacognitiva subjetiva y si estas mismas variables sociales predicen componentes de la conciencia metacognitiva (conocimiento y regulación de la cognición). Con una muestra de estudiantes universitarios (N = 246), los resultados revelaron que no solo existen correlaciones significativas entre algunas variables sociales y ambos componentes de la conciencia metacognitiva, sino que esas mismas variables sociales predijeron la conciencia metacognitiva. Se discuten las implicaciones de estos resultados en contextos educativos y clínicos.


Palabras clave:  Aprendizaje de adultos; diagnóstico clínico; metacognición; personalidad; autoevaluación.

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Gutierrez de Blume, A., Montoya-Londoño, D. M., Landínez-Martínez, D., & Toro-Zuluaga, N. A. (2022). Las variables sociales y la conciencia metacognitiva de los jóvenes adultos colombianos. Revista Latinoamericana De Ciencias Sociales, Niñez Y Juventud, 20(3), 1–32. https://doi.org/10.11600/rlcsnj.20.3.5379
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Antonio P. Gutiérrez de Blume, Ph. D., Georgia Southern University, Estados Unidos

Profesor asociado titular de investigación. Doctor, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Estados
Unidos. 0000-0001-6809-1728. H5: 20. Correo electrónico: agutierrez@georgiasouthern.edu

Diana Marcela Montoya-Londoño, Ph. D., Universidad de Caldas, Colombia

Doctora en Ciencias Cognitivas, Universidad Autónoma de Manizales. 0000-0001-8007-0102. H5: 12.
Correo electrónico: diana.montoya@ucaldas.edu.co

Daniel Landínez-Martínez, Ph. D., Universidad Católica Luis Amigó, Colombia

Doctor en Psicología, Universidad San Buenaventura de Medellín. 0000-0002-7265-5052. H5: 4. Correo
electrónico: daniel.landinezma@amigo.edu.co

Natalia Andrea Toro-Zuluaga, Mg., Universidad Católica Luis Amigó, Colombia

Magíster en Administración, Universidad Nacional de Colombia. 0000-0002-0205-3910. H5: 0. Correo
electrónico: mz_academico@amigo.edu.co

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