The Parent-Child Relationship Inventory (PCRI) provides a clear picture of how parents feel about their children and the task of parenting. A 78 item self-report inventory designed for use with mothers or fathers of 3- to 15-year-old children, the PCRI gives you a clear, quantified description of the parent-child relationship.
Because many fathers now take an active role in parenting, PCRI items are appropriate for either parent-and separate norms are provided for mothers and fathers. Given its specific focus on parenting attitudes, the PCRI is highly useful in child custody evaluation, family therapy, parent training, and child abuse assessment.
The PCRI Autoscore Answer Sheet is completed by the parent (mother or father).
The Autoscore Answer Sheet includes space for the parent to mark their responses, as well as a Profile Sheet (which the clinician uses to facilitate scoring and to plot a profile).
The Profile Sheet includes space for the raw scores, and the converted T score. The T scores are then plotted to provide a visual representation of test results, and aid in interpretation.