Estructura cognitiva de las emociones sociales intervinientes en la comisión de delitos sexuales
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Ramírez Torres, A., & Vanegas Garcia, J. H. (2020). Estructura cognitiva de las emociones sociales intervinientes en la comisión de delitos sexuales. Tesis Psicológica, 16(1), 1-33. https://doi.org/10.37511/tesis.v16n1a11

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Antecedentes: en el campo de la etiología del delito sexual se requiere profundizar en la función emocional de la cognición en consecuencia, se debe ampliar la comprensión de la conjunción entre la dimensión cognitiva y la dimensión emocional. Objetivo: se busca comprender la constitución de la estructura cognitiva de las emociones sociales intervinientes en la comisión de delitos sexuales. Específicamente, se identificaron la constitución de los sistemas de pensamiento, los significados y la intencionalidad de las emociones sociales intervinientes en la comisión de delitos sexuales. Metodología: El enfoque metodológico fue el fenomenológico y el método fue el expresivo del vocativo. Participaron veinticinco personas condenadas y no condenadas por delitos sexuales y se llevaron a cabo múltiples entrevistas a profundidad y relatos anecdóticos sexuales. Resultados: se encontraron ocho modos constitutivos denominados ‘dramas’: parental, salvador, coleccionista, narcisista, fantasma, depredador, caníbal e indefinido; al igual cinco procesos constitutivos de conformación: diacronía, polaridades conflictivas, emociones (como mecanismos de orientación e interacción), rasgos situacionales y sincrónicos, y la sexualización de la emoción. Se desarrolló la discusión alrededor de: primero, las emociones en lugares y eventos en dramas y geometrías del delito sexual; y segundo, la emocionalización del sexo y sexualización de la emoción (la configuración de los dramas y las geometrías del delito sexual). Conclusiones: la estructura cognitiva del delito sexual se constituye en la sexualización temprana de emociones como respuesta a conflictos de maltrato, abandono, apego y sobreprotección. Estos conflictos llevan al infante a buscar protección, refugiándose en la gratificación que genera la sexualidad.

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