Violencia filio parental: comparando lo que informan los adolescentes y sus progenitores
González-Cabrera, Joaquín (UNIR)
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The main objective of this study was to examine the consistency between the parent-reports and child-reports when reporting on child-to-parent violence in a community sample. As a secondary objective, the psychometric properties of the parent version of the Questionnaire of Child-to-Parent Violence (Calvete, Gomez-Guadix et al., 2013) were explored. A sample of 880 adolescents (51.70% girls, between 13 and 19 years) and their parents (76.82% mothers, between 32 and 65 years) participated in the study. Confirmatory factor analyses supported a hierarchical model consisting of four second-order factors (psychological aggression reported by children, physical aggression reported by children, psychological aggression reported by parents, and physical aggression reported by parents) explaining all subscales. Prevalence rates obtained through the reports of parents were generally lower than those obtained when asking their children, suggesting that parents may be underestimating the violence of which they are victims. The child-reports indicated that there were no sex differences except for psychological abuse against the mother, which was higher in girls than in boys. The reports of parents, in contrast, indicated higher prevalence rates for all categories of physical aggression in boys than in girls.
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