The Friendship Quality Questionnaire (FQQ) is a 40-item self report measure of the quality of a child's best friendship. The FQQ is comprised of 6 subscales; validation and caring, conflict resolution, conflict and betrayal, help and guidance, companionship and recreation, and intimate exchange.
Validation and caring, Conflict resolution, Conflict and betrayal, Help and guidance, Companionship and recreation, Intimate exchange
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