Predizendo o Uso de Preservativo

Uma Comparação entre a Teoria da Ação Racionalizada, a Teoria do Comportamento Planejado (TCP) e um Modelo Estendido de TCP

  • Alexandra Isabel Cabral da Silva Gomes Universidade do Algarve Departamento de Psicologia e Ciências da Educação
  • Maria Cristina Salgado Nunes Research Centre for Spatial and Organizational Psychology Universidade do Algarve
Palavras-chave: HIV/Aids, Teoria da Ação Racionalizada, Teoria do Comportamento Planejado, Modelo estendido do uso de preservativo

Resumo

Tivemos como objetivo contribuir para a predição do uso de preservativo utilizando modelos sociocognitivos, comparando teorias clássicas a um modelo estendido. Um estudo transversal foi conduzido com o uso de questionário de auto-relato. Entre os estudantes que aceitaram participar do estudo, 140 mostraram-se elegíveis a participar do estudo em sua totalidade. Uma análise confi rmatória foi utilizada para acessar o valor preditivo do modelo pesquisado. O modelo testado apresentou melhores índices de ajustamento e valor preditivo que as clássicas teorias da Ação Racionalizada e do Comportamento Planejado. Apesar dos resultados obtidos, continua a discussão para entender as discrepâncias entre intenção e comportamento, assim como são necessários mais estudos que permitam melhor compreender a inconsistência nas razões para o uso de preservativos.

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Biografia do Autor

Alexandra Isabel Cabral da Silva Gomes, Universidade do Algarve Departamento de Psicologia e Ciências da Educação

Assistente convidada no Departamento de Psicologia e Ciências da Educação;

Doutorada em Psicologia da Saúde.

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2017-08-29
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GomesA. I. C. da S., & NunesM. C. S. (2017). Predizendo o Uso de Preservativo. Psicologia: Teoria E Pesquisa, 33(1). Recuperado de http://periodicos.unb.br/index.php/revistaptp/article/view/19490
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