- Parenting Stress Index
- Self concept parental stress in children with epilepsy
Parenting Stress Index
The PSI is a 120-item self-report questionnaire that assesses child and parent behaviors on a number of domains.
Self concept parental stress in children with epilepsy
It typiy takes a respondent 20 to 30 minutes to complete the questionnaire.
(PSI) is a norm-referenced test developed by Richard R. The PSI assesses for dysfunction in the parent-child relationship and is based on a theory that the level of stress in the parent-child dyad is the result of child, parent, and situational characteristics.
The PSI attempts to identify parental levels of stress, dysfunctional parenting dynamics, and childhood behavior problems.
Parenting stress index (psi) manual (3rd ed.):
Rating: 93 / 100
Overall: 88 Rates