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Child-Parent Relationship Scale
Robert C Pianta, 1992
Please reflect on the degree to which each of the following statements currently applies to your relationship with your child. Using the scale below, circle the appropriate number for each item.
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1 - Definitely does not apply

2 - Not really

3 - Neutral, not sure

4 - Applies somewhat

5 - Definitely applies

I share an affectionate, warm relationship with my child
My child & I always seem to be struggling with each other
If upset, my child will seek comfort from me
My child is uncomfortable with physical affection or touch from me
My child values his/her relationship with me
My child appears hurt or embarrassed when I correct him/her
My child does not want to accept help when he/she needs it
When I praise my child, he/she beams with pride
My child reacts strongly to separation from me
My child spontaneously shares information about him/herself
My child is overly dependent on me
My child easily becomes angry at me
My child tries to please me
My child feels that I treat him/her unfairly
My child asks for my help when he/she really does not need help
It is easy to be in tune with what my child is feeling
My child sees me as a source of punishment & criticism
My child expresses hurt or jealousy when I spend time with other children
My child remains angry or is resistant after being disciplined
When my child is misbehaving, he/she responds to my look or tone of voice
Dealing with my child drains my energy
I've noticed my child copying my behaviour or ways of doing things
When my child is in a bad mood, I know we're in for a long & difficult day
My child's feelings toward me can be unpredictable or can change suddenly
Despite my best efforts, I'm uncomfortable with how my child & I get along
I often think about my child when at work
My child whines or cries when he/she wants something from me
My child is sneaky or manipulative with me
My child openly shares his/her feelings & experiences with me
My interactions with my child make me feel effective & confident as a parent

Completed by:

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Mother
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Father
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Other, specify
Other
Thank you very much for your help.
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sws_5_visit

Date:
Generic date
ID No:
Generic text
Child-Parent Relationship Scale
Robert C Pianta, 1992

Please reflect on the degree to which each of the following statements currently applies to your relationship with your child. Using the scale below, circle the appropriate number for each item.

-

1 - Definitely does not apply

2 - Not really

3 - Neutral, not sure

4 - Applies somewhat

5 - Definitely applies

I share an affectionate, warm relationship with my child
My child & I always seem to be struggling with each other
If upset, my child will seek comfort from me
My child is uncomfortable with physical affection or touch from me
My child values his/her relationship with me
My child appears hurt or embarrassed when I correct him/her
My child does not want to accept help when he/she needs it
When I praise my child, he/she beams with pride
My child reacts strongly to separation from me
My child spontaneously shares information about him/herself
My child is overly dependent on me
My child easily becomes angry at me
My child tries to please me
My child feels that I treat him/her unfairly
My child asks for my help when he/she really does not need help
It is easy to be in tune with what my child is feeling
My child sees me as a source of punishment & criticism
My child expresses hurt or jealousy when I spend time with other children
My child remains angry or is resistant after being disciplined
When my child is misbehaving, he/she responds to my look or tone of voice
Dealing with my child drains my energy
I've noticed my child copying my behaviour or ways of doing things
When my child is in a bad mood, I know we're in for a long & difficult day
My child's feelings toward me can be unpredictable or can change suddenly
Despite my best efforts, I'm uncomfortable with how my child & I get along
I often think about my child when at work
My child whines or cries when he/she wants something from me
My child is sneaky or manipulative with me
My child openly shares his/her feelings & experiences with me
My interactions with my child make me feel effective & confident as a parent
Completed by:
1
Mother
2
Father
3
Other, specify
Other
Thank you very much for your help.
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3 Year Child-Parent Relationship Scale