Adolescents and Their Parents:: A Critical Review of Measures to Assess Their Satisfaction with One Another
Clinical Psychology Review
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The importance of assessing the parent–adolescent relationship has been stressed in the literature. However, an integration of studies that have been conducted to assess satisfaction in the parent–adolescent relationship is warranted, including evaluation of measures to assess their satisfaction with one another. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to provide a critical examination of the clinical utility and psychometric properties of such measures. Suggestions for future research are also provided.
Satisfaction; Happiness; Behavior problems; Conduct disorder; Parent–adolescent relationship; Scale; Assessment; Measures
DeCato, L. A.,
Azrin, N. H.,
Teichner, G. A.,
Adolescents and Their Parents:: A Critical Review of Measures to Assess Their Satisfaction with One Another.
Clinical Psychology Review, 22(6),