Ghosting y breadcrumbing: prevalencia y citas online

Palabras clave: ghosting, breadcrumbing, jóvenes adultos, citas online, aplicaciones de móviles

Resumen

El presente estudio forma parte de un amplio estudio en el que se analiza la prevalencia de fantasmas y de mimo de pan en muestras de adultos españoles de entre 18 y 40 años. El estudio se ha dividido en diferentes manuscritos para permitir una mejor organización y comprensión de los datos obtenidos. En el presente manuscrito, la prevalencia de ghosting y breadcrumbing se examina a fondo junto con la exploración de las relaciones de ghosting y breadcrumbing pan con prácticas de citas en línea. Los resultados mostraron que más de la mitad de los participantes no estaban familiarizados con los términos ghosting y breadcrumbing, pero aproximadamente dos de cada 10 participantes informaron haber sufrido e iniciado ghosting y poco más de tres de cada 10 participantes habían sufrido o iniciado breadcrumbing en los últimos 12 meses. Los análisis de regresión revelaron que el uso de sitios/aplicaciones de citas en línea, un mayor número de relaciones a corto plazo y la práctica de la vigilancia en línea aumentan la probabilidad de sufrimiento, pero también inician, ghosting y breadcrumbing.

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2020-12-31
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Navarro, R., Larrañaga, E., Yubero, S., & Villora, B. (2020). Ghosting y breadcrumbing: prevalencia y citas online. Escritos De Psicología - Psychological Writings, 13(2), 45-59. https://doi.org/10.24310/espsiescpsi.v13i2.9960
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