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Items 1 - 16 of 16 Coffman, J. K., Guerin, D. W., Gottfried, A. jogglerwiki.infoility and validity of the Parent- Child Relationship Inventory (PCRI): Evidence from a. The Parent–Child Relationship Inventory (PCRI) is one of the most used In Europe, parental responsibilities are defined as a collection of rights and Results concerning PCRI reliability and validity are not consensual. Psychometric properties of the Parent-Child Relationship Inventory (PCRI) were examined using data collected from adolescents and their parents in the.
Parent-Child Relationship Inventory
In addition, when studies are presented, it is unclear which version of the PCRI they used. A German study examining the validity of the PCRI and its usefulness for custody evaluations reported that means for the German sample differed from the American standardization sample, internal consistencies for some scales were lower than those published in the manual, and the factor analysis resulted in a 4-factor solution.
Nevertheless, other studies, not cited in the manual, have used the PCRI and have reported on its correlations with other measures, ability to differentiate between groups, and ability to detect changes related to treatment.
Many of these studies involved diverse ethnic and SES groups. These studies, summarized below, provide evidence for the validity of the measure.
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Many of them used only selected scales from the PCRI and not the full measure. They also found significant positive correlations between Communication and both the Authoritarian and Authoritative scales of the PAQ-R. Interestingly, Limit Setting was unrelated to either the Authoritarian or Authoritative scales. They also reported on the internal consistency of PCRI scales. Drug use and marital status were related to scores on Involvement and Autonomy.
The internal consistency of the scale reported in this sample was. One treatment-outcome study Greene et al. PCRI Description and Development The PCRI was developed, for individual or group administration, to evaluate the quality of parent-child relationships in both applied and research settings.
Parent-Child Relationship Inventory (PCRI)
The final version of the PCRI was based on standardization data collected from a predominately White sample of mothers and fathers whose children were between the ages of 3 and In most cases, responses were collected from both parents in a family regarding their dyadic relationship with the same child. Raw scores can be transformed to percentiles and T scores. Test-retest reliability after 1 week ranges from. During measure development, construct validity was examined by the assessment of internal consistency and item-scale correlations.
Intercorrelations between the scales are attributed to an expected correspondence between particular domains. For example, parents who report that they participate in activities with their children are more likely to respond that they have open and effective communications with their children as well.
However, concerns have been raised regarding overlapping constructs that contribute to redundancy among the scales.
Evidence of predictive and criterion-related validity is presented in the PCRI manual. Responses from couples involved in divorce litigation and custody mediation revealed that these parents were more likely to report difficulties in their relationship with their children than did the normative sample. Likewise, adolescent mothers who reported lower satisfaction with their parenting role were more likely to discipline by means of scolding and physical punishment.