Measures of Father-Child Relationship Quality

Oct 2016 | Justin Dyer, Jay Fagan, Rebecca Kaufman, and Jessica Pearson

Two Father-Child Relationship Quality Measures were validated with a sample of fathers very similar to those served in U.S. responsible fatherhood programs. Click here to view the Child-Parent Relationship Scale - Short Form (CPRS-SF) measure orginailly developed by Driscoll & Pianta (2011). Click here to view the Parent-Child Relationship Scale (PCRS) adapted from Stattin & Kerr (2000). To view the corresponding brief on these measures click here. Detailed psychometric findings are available upon request (jfagan@temple.edu).

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