Parenting Questionnaire Scales (PQS)
Escalas do Questionário ParentalOriginal Version
Soenens, Vansteenkiste, Luyckx, & Goossens (2006)Portuguese Version
Cordeiro, P., Paixão, P., & Lens, W. (2015)General Description
The 38-item Parenting Questionnaire Scales measures perceived parenting. The PQS is not a questionnaire per se, but a composite instrument composed of five scales: the 7-item autonomy-support scale, retrieved from the Perceptions of Parents Scales (POPS; Grolnick et al., 1991, e.g., “My mother/father is usually willing to consider things from my point of view), the 7-item responsiveness-warmth scale, included in the Child Report of Parent Behavior Inventory (CRPBI; Schaefer, 1965, e.g., “My father/mother makes me feel better after I discuss my worries with him/her”), the 8-item psychological control scale, integrated in the Youth Self-Report (PCS-YSR; Barber, 1996; e.g., “My mother/father changes the subject whenever I have something to say), the 8-item expectations for behaviour scale (e.g., “My mother/father believes that children should not be able to do anything they want”) and the 8-item Monitoring of Behavior Scale (e.g., “My mother/father asks me questions about how I am behaving outside the home”), included in the Parental Regulation Scale – Youth Self-Report (PRS-YSR; Barber, 2002). The PQS is rated separately for mothers (N = 38) and fathers (N = 38), on a 6-point Likert-type scale, ranging from 1 (Totally Agree) to 5 (Totally disagree). Target population: children and adolescents.
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