This study is contextualized as a contribution to the literature of the area tackling forms of psychosocial risks (Rutter, 1990); in detail, here it is focalized the relationship between the treatment, made up of antiseismic evacuation drills, and the development of those processes functional to an adequate adaptive management of a seismic event. The research contribution has been carried out within an experimental group made up of 50 children, whom the treatment was addressed to, represented by antiseismic evacuation drills, and by a control group, superimposable on the experimental one, by gender and age variables, but not benefiting from the treatment. Through the use of a questionnaire, whose items underwent the factorial analysis, and of a “narrative peak” semiprojective tool, some interesting data supporting the work hypotheses were pointed out. Among data, a discrepancy between a proper representation of an adaptive behaviour and a poor elaboration of the comprehension of seismic phenomenon is worth of particular interest.
|Numero di pagine||20|
|Rivista||PSICOLOGIA DELL'EDUCAZIONE E DELLA FORMAZIONE|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2009|