The emotional dimension in university training


  • Saturnino de la Torre Universidad de Barcelona
  • José Tejada Fernández Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona

Palabras clave:

emotional dimension, university training, styles of life, qualitative methodology


In this article it is investigated about the life styles and how they influence or they are related to the academic activity and the life. Inclinations or impulses exist in us of which we are not conscientious and are those that motivate good part of our acts, either in the surroundings of education or in the life. They are fruit of the confluence and interaction between genetic, neurological, psychological components and sociocultural and educative means in permanent interchange and recursively. However, the projection of these preferences in the form to be, to think, to feel, to act, to decide…, is what we denominated life style. The predominance of components or others will conform a certain style. After applying in questionnaire of verbal inference and opened questions to a population of 356 students of Sciences of the Education it is stated that the language can be a useful instrument to investigate on the deep impulses that move our way to see the reality, to decide and to act. The gender and the career also interact to the dominant styles.


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Biografía del autor/a

Saturnino de la Torre, Universidad de Barcelona

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José Tejada Fernández, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona

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Cómo citar

de la Torre, S., & Tejada Fernández, J. (2006). The emotional dimension in university training. Profesorado, Revista De Currículum Y Formación Del Profesorado, 10(2), 22. Recuperado a partir de