Asociación entre la alexitimia y los trastornos de conducta alimentaria en adolescentes mujeres que cursan estudios secundarios de Colegios Públicos en Lima, Perú

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  • ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ALEXITHYMIA AND THE RISK OF EATING DISORDERS IN ADOLESCENT WOMEN FROM PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS IN LIMA, PERU Objective. To evaluate association between alexithymia and the risk of eating disorders (RED), adjusted by sociodemographic, academic and clinic variables in adolescent women f...

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Main Author: Larco Castilla, Piero Fernando
Other Authors: Murillo Pérez, Luis Enrique, Rodríguez Aguilar, Renzo Rodolfo
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spelling Mezones Holguín, Edward0000-0001-7168-8613600Sagástegui Soto, AbelLarco Castilla, Piero FernandoMurillo Pérez, Luis EnriqueRodríguez Aguilar, Renzo Rodolfo2017-03-14T17:31:31Z2017-03-14T17:31:31Z2017-02-221. Castilla L, Fernando P, Pérez M, Enrique L, Aguilar R, Rodolfo R. ‘‘ ASOCIACIÓN ENTRE LA ALEXITIMIA Y LOS TRASTORNOS DE CONDUCTA ALIMENTARIA ESTUDIOS SECUNDARIOS DE COLEGIOS [Internet]. Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC); 2017. Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/10757/621015http://hdl.handle.net/10757/621015ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ALEXITHYMIA AND THE RISK OF EATING DISORDERS IN ADOLESCENT WOMEN FROM PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS IN LIMA, PERU Objective. To evaluate association between alexithymia and the risk of eating disorders (RED), adjusted by sociodemographic, academic and clinic variables in adolescent women from public high schools in Lima, Peru. Methods. We carried out a cross-sectional study on women between 12 and 18 years old. We used the Toronto Alexithymia Scale (TAS-20) and the Eating Attitudes Test (EAT-26) to assess Alexithymia and RED, respectively. In addition, we measured age, residence, smoking, alcohol consumption, type of school, self-esteem, anxiety risk, and depression risk. We calculated prevalence ratios with 95% confidence interval (PR (95% CI)) using generalized linear Poisson family models with robust standard errors. Results. In 890 participants, 36.7% had alexithymia and 35.5% possible alexithymia, and 35.7% had RED. Proportion of RED was greater in women with alexithymia (50.5%) than in who had possible alexithymia (30.5%), and who without alexithymia (23.8%) (p<0.001). In the crude model, the probability of RED in women with alexithymia was higher than in women without alexithymia (PR=2.12 95%CI:1.65-2.70), which remained in the model adjusted by statistical criteria (PR=1.54 95%CI:1.19-2.00), and in the model adjusted by epidemiological criteria (PR=1.70 95%CI:1.31-2.20). Conclusion. Alexithymia was associated with RED in Peruvian adolescent school girls. The exploration of this condition in high school students would allow the comprehensive assessment of mental health in adolescents from public schools.Tesisapplication/pdfapplication/epubapplication/mswordspaUniversidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC)http://hdl.handle.net/10757/331951SUNEDUinfo:eu-repo/semantics/embargoedAccessUniversidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC)Repositorio Académico - UPCreponame:UPC-Institucionalinstname:Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadasinstacron:UPCTrastornos de la nutriciónecca5cde-3ea7-4733-bea2-572ab0508461600Educación secundariac8e01f4d-e2d2-4511-8c4c-6603986c2285600Psiquiatríade8cc670-4d2e-453e-be38-02c3f7c08ace600Adolescentesaad2436d-495b-418c-86f4-b09f41ede3df600Perú3ef1f6c8-106f-4187-ac39-34c1ab530fb7600Asociación entre la alexitimia y los trastornos de conducta alimentaria en adolescentes mujeres que cursan estudios secundarios de Colegios Públicos en Lima, Perúinfo:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesisUniversidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC). Facultad de Ciencias de la SaludLicenciaturaMedicinaMédico cirujano2018-02-22T00:00:00ZObjetivo. Evaluar si existe asociación entre la alexitimia y el riesgo de trastornos de conducta alimentaria (RTCA) controlado por variables sociodemográficas, académicas y clínicas en una población de mujeres adolescentes que estudian en colegios públicos en Lima, Perú.. Métodos. Realizamos un estudio transversal analítico en mujeres entre 12 a 17 años que cursan estudios secundarios en Lima, Perú. Mediante la Toronto Alexithymia Scale (TAS 20) definimos tres categorías: sin alexitimia, posible alexitimia, y con alexitimia. Con el Eating Attitudes Test (EAT-26) definimos RTCA. Asimismo, medimos la edad, nivel de estudios, residencia, consumo de tabaco, consumo de alcohol, tipo de colegio, autoestima, riesgo de ansiedad y riesgo de depresión. Calculamos razones de prevalencia con intervalo de confianza al 95% [RP (IC95%)] mediante modelos lineales generalizados familia Poisson link log con errores estándar robustos. Resultados: De un total de 890 participantes, el 36,7% tuvieron alexitimia y el 35,5% posible alexitimia, asimismo, el 35,7% presentaron RTCA. Se encontró una mayor proporción de RTCA en quienes tuvieron alexitimia (50,5%) que en aquellas que tenían posible alexitimia (30,5%) y en las que no presentaron alexitimia (23,8%) (p<0,001). En el modelo crudo, la probabilidad de tener RTCA en las mujeres con alexitimia fue mayor que en las mujeres sin alexitimia (RP: 2,12; IC95%:1,65-2,7), lo cual se mantuvo en el modelo ajustado por criterio estadístico (RP=1,54; IC95%:1,19-2,00) y en el modelo ajustado por criterio epidemiológico (RP=1,70 IC95%:1,31-2,20). Conclusión. La alexitimia se asocia a RTCA en mujeres adolescentes escolares de manera independiente. La exploración de esta condición en estudiantes de secundaria permitiría la valoración integral de la salud mental en adolescentes de colegios públicos de Lima.ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ALEXITHYMIA AND THE RISK OF EATING DISORDERS IN ADOLESCENT WOMEN FROM PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS IN LIMA, PERU Objective. To evaluate association between alexithymia and the risk of eating disorders (RED), adjusted by sociodemographic, academic and clinic variables in adolescent women from public high schools in Lima, Peru. Methods. We carried out a cross-sectional study on women between 12 and 18 years old. We used the Toronto Alexithymia Scale (TAS-20) and the Eating Attitudes Test (EAT-26) to assess Alexithymia and RED, respectively. In addition, we measured age, residence, smoking, alcohol consumption, type of school, self-esteem, anxiety risk, and depression risk. We calculated prevalence ratios with 95% confidence interval (PR (95% CI)) using generalized linear Poisson family models with robust standard errors. Results. In 890 participants, 36.7% had alexithymia and 35.5% possible alexithymia, and 35.7% had RED. Proportion of RED was greater in women with alexithymia (50.5%) than in who had possible alexithymia (30.5%), and who without alexithymia (23.8%) (p<0.001). In the crude model, the probability of RED in women with alexithymia was higher than in women without alexithymia (PR=2.12 95%CI:1.65-2.70), which remained in the model adjusted by statistical criteria (PR=1.54 95%CI:1.19-2.00), and in the model adjusted by epidemiological criteria (PR=1.70 95%CI:1.31-2.20). Conclusion. Alexithymia was associated with RED in Peruvian adolescent school girls. 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title Asociación entre la alexitimia y los trastornos de conducta alimentaria en adolescentes mujeres que cursan estudios secundarios de Colegios Públicos en Lima, Perú
spellingShingle Asociación entre la alexitimia y los trastornos de conducta alimentaria en adolescentes mujeres que cursan estudios secundarios de Colegios Públicos en Lima, Perú
Larco Castilla, Piero Fernando
Trastornos de la nutrición
Educación secundaria
Psiquiatría
Adolescentes
Perú
title_short Asociación entre la alexitimia y los trastornos de conducta alimentaria en adolescentes mujeres que cursan estudios secundarios de Colegios Públicos en Lima, Perú
title_full Asociación entre la alexitimia y los trastornos de conducta alimentaria en adolescentes mujeres que cursan estudios secundarios de Colegios Públicos en Lima, Perú
title_fullStr Asociación entre la alexitimia y los trastornos de conducta alimentaria en adolescentes mujeres que cursan estudios secundarios de Colegios Públicos en Lima, Perú
title_full_unstemmed Asociación entre la alexitimia y los trastornos de conducta alimentaria en adolescentes mujeres que cursan estudios secundarios de Colegios Públicos en Lima, Perú
title_sort Asociación entre la alexitimia y los trastornos de conducta alimentaria en adolescentes mujeres que cursan estudios secundarios de Colegios Públicos en Lima, Perú
author Larco Castilla, Piero Fernando
author_facet Larco Castilla, Piero Fernando
Murillo Pérez, Luis Enrique
Rodríguez Aguilar, Renzo Rodolfo
author_role author
author2 Murillo Pérez, Luis Enrique
Rodríguez Aguilar, Renzo Rodolfo
author2_role author
author
dc.contributor.advisor.fl_str_mv Mezones Holguín, Edward
0000-0001-7168-8613
600
Sagástegui Soto, Abel
dc.contributor.author.fl_str_mv Larco Castilla, Piero Fernando
Murillo Pérez, Luis Enrique
Rodríguez Aguilar, Renzo Rodolfo
dc.subject.es.fl_str_mv Trastornos de la nutrición
Educación secundaria
Psiquiatría
Adolescentes
Perú
topic Trastornos de la nutrición
Educación secundaria
Psiquiatría
Adolescentes
Perú
dc.description.abstract.none.fl_txt_mv ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ALEXITHYMIA AND THE RISK OF EATING DISORDERS IN ADOLESCENT WOMEN FROM PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS IN LIMA, PERU Objective. To evaluate association between alexithymia and the risk of eating disorders (RED), adjusted by sociodemographic, academic and clinic variables in adolescent women from public high schools in Lima, Peru. Methods. We carried out a cross-sectional study on women between 12 and 18 years old. We used the Toronto Alexithymia Scale (TAS-20) and the Eating Attitudes Test (EAT-26) to assess Alexithymia and RED, respectively. In addition, we measured age, residence, smoking, alcohol consumption, type of school, self-esteem, anxiety risk, and depression risk. We calculated prevalence ratios with 95% confidence interval (PR (95% CI)) using generalized linear Poisson family models with robust standard errors. Results. In 890 participants, 36.7% had alexithymia and 35.5% possible alexithymia, and 35.7% had RED. Proportion of RED was greater in women with alexithymia (50.5%) than in who had possible alexithymia (30.5%), and who without alexithymia (23.8%) (p<0.001). In the crude model, the probability of RED in women with alexithymia was higher than in women without alexithymia (PR=2.12 95%CI:1.65-2.70), which remained in the model adjusted by statistical criteria (PR=1.54 95%CI:1.19-2.00), and in the model adjusted by epidemiological criteria (PR=1.70 95%CI:1.31-2.20). Conclusion. Alexithymia was associated with RED in Peruvian adolescent school girls. The exploration of this condition in high school students would allow the comprehensive assessment of mental health in adolescents from public schools.
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description ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ALEXITHYMIA AND THE RISK OF EATING DISORDERS IN ADOLESCENT WOMEN FROM PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS IN LIMA, PERU Objective. To evaluate association between alexithymia and the risk of eating disorders (RED), adjusted by sociodemographic, academic and clinic variables in adolescent women from public high schools in Lima, Peru. Methods. We carried out a cross-sectional study on women between 12 and 18 years old. We used the Toronto Alexithymia Scale (TAS-20) and the Eating Attitudes Test (EAT-26) to assess Alexithymia and RED, respectively. In addition, we measured age, residence, smoking, alcohol consumption, type of school, self-esteem, anxiety risk, and depression risk. We calculated prevalence ratios with 95% confidence interval (PR (95% CI)) using generalized linear Poisson family models with robust standard errors. Results. In 890 participants, 36.7% had alexithymia and 35.5% possible alexithymia, and 35.7% had RED. Proportion of RED was greater in women with alexithymia (50.5%) than in who had possible alexithymia (30.5%), and who without alexithymia (23.8%) (p<0.001). In the crude model, the probability of RED in women with alexithymia was higher than in women without alexithymia (PR=2.12 95%CI:1.65-2.70), which remained in the model adjusted by statistical criteria (PR=1.54 95%CI:1.19-2.00), and in the model adjusted by epidemiological criteria (PR=1.70 95%CI:1.31-2.20). Conclusion. Alexithymia was associated with RED in Peruvian adolescent school girls. The exploration of this condition in high school students would allow the comprehensive assessment of mental health in adolescents from public schools.
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