We tested the relevance of specific cognitive and socio-affective variables for social adaptation in a vulnerable population. The main characteristics of this population are poverty, high levels of stress and low access to good education. We found both group of variables to be of great importance, however socio-affective variables were the ones that explained greater social adaptation variance.
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