Bienestar y psicología de la salud: singularidades en la medición la Calidad de vida

Sabrina Femenia, José-Félix Lozano

Resumen

Se presenta una revisión conceptual del concepto de Bienestar haciendo énfasis en la necesidad y complejidad de medirse. Tras analizar el concepto desde distintos ejes, componentes y dimensiones que forman parte del mismo. También se incluyen las diferentes teorías y concepciones relacionadas con el Bienestar, desde el Hedonismo y Eudaimonico hasta las teorías más modernas de Bienestar Psicológico, teoría de la Auto-Determinación, Lista Objetiva, de Deseos, hasta la Auténtica Felicidad, que han estado evolucionando a lo largo del tiempo. En base a esta revisión del Bienestar, se analizan algunos de los más recientes indicadores que lo monitorizan, reseñando que: se carece de indicadores capaces de integrar las múltiples dimensiones del concepto así como la ausencia de rigurosidad por cuanto a su multidisciplinariedad se refiere; y que se necesita una definición rigurosa e integrativa para facilitar su medida, entendida como elemento esencial para garantizar la efectividad en las políticas públicas.

Palabras clave

Calidad de vida; Psicología de la Salud; Bienestar; Felicidad

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