Parent Success Indicator (PSI)

The Parent Success Indicator (PSI) is a self-reporting instrument that assess parental behavior, specifically related to communication, use of time, teaching, frustration, satisfaction, and information needs. The PSI is designed for parents with children 10-14 years of age and offers a child survey as well. English and Spanish versions of the instrument are available.

Content

Topics
Conflicts,
Additional Topics,
Child Independence,
Parent Emphathy,
Child Expectations,
Postive Involvement,
Discipline,
Communication,
Teaching,
Parent Support,
Efficacy,
Knowledge,
Confidence,
Skills and Behaviors,
Affection,
Emotional Support,
Child Development,
Family Management,
Parent-Child Relationship
10-14 years
Languages
English,
Spanish

Administration Information

Length
Not specified
Price

Must contact publisher

Administration
Self-report

Access and Use

Peer-Reviewed Study Citations

Parent Success Indicator Publications.” n.d. Office of Parent Development International. Accessed January 30, 2019. http://www.public.asu.edu/~rdstrom/psip.html

Psychometrics

Scoring
Manual scoring
Open Access
No
Used in Peer-Reviewed Research
Yes
Psychometric Citations

Available in manual; Strom, Pat Collinsworth Robert, and Shirley Strom. 1996. “Parent Success Indicator: Development and Factorial Validation.” Educational and Psychological Measurement 56 (3): 10.