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dc.creatorCaycho Rodríguez, Tomás
dc.creatorTomás, José M.
dc.creatorYupanqui Lorenzo, Daniel E.
dc.creatorValencia, Pablo D.
dc.creatorCarbajal León, Carlos
dc.creatorVilca, Lindsey W.
dc.creatorVentura León, José
dc.creatorParedes Angeles, Rubí
dc.creatorArias Gallegos, Walter L.
dc.creatorReyes Bossio, Mario
dc.creatorDelgado Campusano, Mariel
dc.creatorGallegos, Miguel
dc.creatorRojas Jara, Claudio
dc.creatorPolanco Carrasco, Roberto
dc.creatorCervigni, Mauricio
dc.creatorMartino, Pablo
dc.creatorLobos Rivera, Marlon Elías
dc.creatorMoreta Herrera, Rodrigo
dc.creatorPalacios Segura, Diego Alejandro
dc.creatorSamaniego Pinho, Antonio
dc.creatorBuschiazzo Figares, Andrés
dc.creatorPuerta Cortés, Diana Ximena
dc.creatorCamargo, Andrés
dc.creatorTorales, Julio
dc.creatorMonge Blanco, J. Arkangel
dc.creatorGonzález, Pedronel
dc.creatorSmith Castro, Vanessa
dc.creatorPetzold Rodriguez, Olimpia
dc.creatorCorrales Reyes, Ibraín Enrique
dc.creatorCalderón, Raymundo
dc.creatorMatute Rivera, Wendy Yamilet
dc.creatorFerrufino Borja, Daniela
dc.creatorCeballos Vásquez, Paula Andrea
dc.creatorMuñoz del Carpio Toia, Agueda
dc.creatorPalacios, Jorge
dc.creatorBurgos Videla, Carmen
dc.creatorFlorez León, Ana María Eduviges
dc.creatorVergara, Ibeth
dc.creatorVega, Diego
dc.creatorShulmeyer, Marion K.
dc.creatorBarria Asenjo, Nicol A.
dc.creatorUrrutia Rios, Hassell Tatiana
dc.creatorLira Lira, Arelly Esther
dc.date.accessioned2023-09-12T15:48:19Z
dc.date.available2023-09-12T15:48:19Z
dc.date.issued2023
dc.identifier.issn0163-2787
dc.identifier.issn1552-3918
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/10669/89970
dc.description.abstractThe present study explored the predictive capacity of fear of COVID-19 on the intention to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and the influence in this relationship of conspiracy beliefs as a possible mediating psychological variable, in 13 Latin American countries. A total of 5779 people recruited through non-probabilistic convenience sampling participated. To collect information, we used the Fear of COVID-19 Scale, Vaccine conspiracy beliefs Scale-COVID-19 and a single item of intention to vaccinate. A full a priori Structural Equation Model was used; whereas, cross-country invariance was performed from increasingly restricted structural models. The results indicated that, fear of COVID-19 positively predicts intention to vaccinate and the presence of conspiracy beliefs about COVID-19 vaccines. The latter negatively predicted intention to vaccinate against COVID-19. Besides, conspiracy beliefs about COVID-19 vaccines had an indirect effect on the relationship between fear of COVID-19 and intention to vaccinate against COVID-19 in the 13 countries assessed. Finally, the cross-national similarities of the mediational model among the 13 participating countries are strongly supported. The study is the first to test a cross-national mediational model across variables in a large number of Latin American countries. However, further studies with other countries in other regions of the world are needed.es_ES
dc.language.isoenges_ES
dc.sourceEvaluation & the Health Professions, pp.1-13es_ES
dc.subjectCORONAVIRUSes_ES
dc.subjectBELIEFes_ES
dc.subjectVACCINATIONes_ES
dc.subjectLATIN AMERICAes_ES
dc.subjectFEARes_ES
dc.subjectCONSPIRACYes_ES
dc.titleRelationship between fear of COVID-19, conspiracy beliefs about vaccines and intention to vaccinate against COVID-19: a cross-national indirect effect model in 13 latin american countrieses_ES
dc.typeartículo originales_ES
dc.identifier.doi10.1177/01632787231186621
dc.description.procedenceUCR::Vicerrectoría de Investigación::Unidades de Investigación::Ciencias Sociales::Instituto de Investigaciones Psicológicas (IIP)es_ES


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