Developed by the authors of the BASC-2, the Parenting Relationship Questionnaire (PRQ) is designed to capture a parent’s perspective on the parent-child relationship.
The PRQ has two forms which can be completed in 10-15 minutes by the mother, father or other primary caregiver:
Features of the PRQ
- Multiple dimensions that are relevan to the development of strong and healthy parent-child relationships
- Normative samples, for both female and male raters, that are closely matched to US Census population estimates
- Items written at a third-grade reading level
- Validity indexes that can be used to detect careless or exaggerated responding
- Three types of record forms: hand-scored, computer-entry, and scannable
- Computer software that provides detailed single- or multiple-administration reports, including progress reports and multirater reports that can be used to compare mother and father settings.
Uses of the PRQ
- The PRQ was designed to provide information that is useful across a variety of settings and applications, including:
- Educational psychological evaluations as a complementary tool to other assessments to determine an appropriate intervention plan based on parental involvement.
- Clinical and paediatric evaluations where parent involvement is key to an effective treatment plan.
- Family counselling evaluations to assess different parenting relationships, beliefs, and practices among parents or other caregivers.
- Intervention/treatment programs where parents are involved in the treatment and therapy process.
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