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

Communication, Use of Time, Teaching, Frustration, Satisfaction, and Information Needs

Ages
10-14 years
Languages
English
Spanish

Administration information

Length
Not specified
Price

Must contact publisher

Administration
Self-report

Access and Use

Instrument Use in Peer-Reviewed Studies

“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
Resources on Psychometric Properties

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.