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What it Measures

Provides an index of risk for practicing behaviors known to be attributable to child abuse and neglect.

Minimum Age
?

Maximum Age
?

Domains/Subscales
Subscales:
-Expectations of Children
-Parental Empathy toward Children’s Needs
-Use of Corporeal Punishment
-Parent-Child Family Roles
-Children’s Power and Independence

Number of Items
40

Free or Cost
$

Website for More Information
https://assessingparenting.com/assessment/aapi

Reviewer Notes

 

 

What it Measures

Several dimensions of parenting that have proven to be important for understanding the causes of conduct problems and delinquency in youth.

Minimum Age
6

Maximum Age
18

Domains/Subscales
Parenting Dimensions
-Positive Reinforcement
-Parental Involvement
-Inconsistent Discipline
-Poor Monitoring and Supervision
-Harsh Discipline

Number of Items
42

Free or Cost
Free

Website for More Information
http://labs.uno.edu/developmental-psychopathology/APQ.html

Reviewer Notes

 

 

What it Measures

Parents’ perceptions of their relationship with their child.

Minimum Age
?

Maximum Age
?

Domains/Subscales
Subscales:
-Conflict
-Closeness

Number of Items
15

Free or Cost
Free

Website for More Information
https://curry.virginia.edu/faculty-research/centers-labs-projects/castl/measures-developed-robert-c-pianta-phd

Reviewer Notes

 

What it Measures

Family cohesion and family flexibility, which are the two central dimensions of the Circumplex Model of Marital and Family Systems.

Minimum Age
12

Maximum Age
23

Domains/Subscales
FACES IV taps both balanced (healthy) and unbalanced (problematic) aspects of family functioning. The two balanced FACES IV scales
are balanced cohesion and the balanced flexibility. These balanced scales are very similar to cohesion and flexibility as measured by FACES II & FACES III. The new unbalanced scales are Enmeshed, Disengaged, Chaotic and Rigid. There are three scales for the Cohesion Dimension (Disengaged, Balanced Cohesion, and Enmeshed) and three scales for the Flexibility Dimension (Rigid, Balanced Flexibility and Chaotic) which can be plotted onto the Circumplex Model.

Number of Items
42

Free or Cost
$

Website for More Information
https://research.prepare-enrich.com/facesiv/; https://societyofpediatricpsychology.org/sites/default/files/files/3_innovations.pdf

Reviewer Notes

 

What it Measures

Parents’ perceptions about the Parent-Child Interaction and other parenting factors.

Minimum Age
3

Maximum Age
15

Domains/Subscales
Subscales:
-Parental Support
-Satisfaction with Parenting
-Involvement
-Communication
-Limit Setting
-Autonomy
-Role Orientation

Number of Items

Free or Cost
$

Website for More Information
https://www.wpspublish.com/search?q=Pcri

Reviewer Notes
https://www.wpspublish.com/pcri-parent-child-relationship-inventory

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