This work developed an alternative approach targeting the evaluation of the aggregation propensity of the (1- 42) β-amyloid peptide (Alzheimer’s disease) and some segments, either attached to a polymer during their synthesis or when free in solution. The solvation behavior of peptide-resins was gauged by measuring the swelling of beads in a microscope and the degree of chain motion through EPR spectra of previously labeled resins with an amino acid-type probe. In terms of comparative solvent dissociation power towards aggregated structures, the findings revealed greater values of peptide-resin swelling, peptide chain mobility and solubility when in strong electron donor dimethylsulfoxide than in strong electron acceptor trifluoroethanol. Otherwise, the weakest chain-chain disruption power was verified for acetonitrile, an internally neutral solvent in terms of Lewis acid/base properties. In complement, fluorescence and light scattering experiments depicted that the 15-35 region plays an essential role in the amyloid peptide fibril formation capacity.