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SOSA PALACIOS, Sharon Stefany  and  SALAS-BLAS, Edwin. Resilience and social skills in high school students of San Luis de Shuaro, La Merced. Comuni@cción [online]. 2020, vol.11, n.1, pp.40-50. ISSN 2219-7168.

The objective of the study was to study the relationship between resilience and social skills, 212 students from four state-run secondary schools belonging to the San Luis de Shuaro district, located in the central Peruvian jungle, participated; they study in different grades, from the first to the fifth grade of secondary school, their ages range between 11 and 20 years old, 52% men. The instruments that were used were the Resilience Scale for Adolescents of Prado & Del Águila (2003) and the Goldstein Social Skills Check List, standardized by Tomás & Lescano (2003). It was found that resilience correlates positively with the dimensions of social skills checklist, specifically high correlations were obtained with the dimensions: Skills against stress, communication skills, planning skills, alternative skills to violence and feelings-related skills. When comparing the results by gender, significant differences in planning skills were also found, with women scoring higher.

Keywords : resilience; social skills; secondary education; San Luis de Shuaro.

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