León-Prados, Fuentes, González-Jurado, Fernández, Costa y Ramos

Physical activity and perceived health in a sector of the population.

Physical activity, perceived health, Questionnaires

Voluntary participation of 310 people between 20 and 60 years.

Descriptive, transverse and synchronous design

SF-36 Health Questionnaire (Spanish version). International Questionnaire on Physical Activity (IPAQ)-27 items.

Multiple relationships suggest that subjects who engage in greater Physical Activity Recreation, Sport and Leisure Time (PALT) and a greater number of Weekly Minutes of Physical Activity (WMPA) self-perceive a better overall health status.

Sevilla, España


Esnaola, Infante, Rodríguez and Goñi

Relationship between psychosocial variables and perceived health

Perceived health, Physical self-concept

Sample of 518 people (301 women and 217 men).

Quantitative: descriptive study through survey.

Record of perceived health: An introductory questionnaire is used in which the participants are asked about life habits, consumption and/or perception of food, drug use, sleep quality, physical activity, etc.

Physical self-concept is significantly related to the perception of health in both women and men. Also, in the female sample two subdomains have appeared significantly related to the perception of health, physical condition and physical attractiveness.

Palma de Mallorca, España


Ríos, Carrillo and Sabuco

Resilience and Burnout Syndrome in nursing students and its relationship with sociodemographic and interpersonal relationship variables.

Resilience, Burnout

218 nursing students from the University of Murcia

Quantitative: Transversal/



Ad hoc questionnaire-sociodemographic variables. Spanish adaptation of the Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI-GS). Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale Scale (CD-RISC).

Those who had greater resilience had less emotional exhaustion and more personal fulfillment. In terms of burnout, 28% of the sample had emotional exhaustion and 19% cynicism.

Murcia, España


Gaxiola, González and Contreras

Influence of resilience, goals and social context on the academic performance of high school students.

Resilience, Academic Performance, High School

Random sample of 96 upper secondary students (55 males and 41 females).

Quantitative, Transversal.

Resilience Inventory (IRES) (Gaxiola, Frías, Hurtado, Salcido and Figueroa (2011).

Academic achievement through academic goals is predictable by resilience.

Hermosillo, Sonora.