Conflict Behaviour Questionnaire (CBQ)

Conflict Behaviour Questionnaire (CBQ) — Parent
1.    My teenager is easy to get along with.
2.    My teenager is receptive to criticism.
3.    My teenager is well behaved in our discussions.
4.    For the most part‚ my teenager likes to talk to me.
5.    We almost never seem to agree.
6.    My teenager usually listens to what I tell him/her.
7.    At least three time a week‚ we get angry at each other.
8.    My teenager says that I have no consideration of his/her feelings.
9.    My teenager and I compromise during arguments.
10.My teenager often doesn’t do what I ask.
11.The talks we have are frustrating.
12.My teenager often seems angry at me.
13.My teenager acts impatient when I talk.
14.In general‚ I don’t think we get along very well.
15.My teenager almost never understands my side of an argument.
16.My teenager and I have big argument about little things.
17.My teenager is defensive when I talk to him or her.
18.My teenager thinks my opinions don’t count.
19.We argue a lot about rules.
20.My teenager tells me s/he thinks I am unfair.
Conflict Behaviour Questionnaire — Adolescent to complete (for Mother)
1.    My mum doesn’t understand me.
2.    My mum and I sometimes end our arguments calmly.
3.    My mum understands me.
4.    We almost never seem to agree.
5.    I enjoy the talks we have.
6.    When I state my own opinion‚ she gets upset.
7.    At least three times a week‚ we get angry at each other.
8.    My mother listens when I need someone to talk to.
9.    My mum is a good friend to me.
10.She says I have no consideration for her.
11.At least once a day‚ we get angry at each other.
12.My mother is bossy when we talk.
13.The talks we have are frustrating.
14.My mum understands my point of view‚ even when she doesn’t agree with me.
15.My mum always seems to be complaining about me.
16.In general‚ I don’t think we get along very well.
17.My mum screams a lot.
18.My mum puts me down.
19.If I run into problems‚ my mum helps me out.
20.I enjoy spending time with my mother.
Conflict Behaviour Questionnaire — Adolescent to complete (for Father)
1.    My dad doesn’t understand me.
2.    My dad and I sometimes end our arguments calmly.
3.    My dad understands me.
4.    We almost never seem to agree.
5.    I enjoy the talks we have.
6.    When I state my own opinion‚ he gets upset.
7.    At least three times a week‚ we get angry at each other.
8.    My father listens when I need someone to talk to.
9.    My dad is a good friend to me.
10.He says I have no consideration for him.
11.At least once a day‚ we get angry at each other.
12.My father is bossy when we talk.
13.The talks we have are frustrating.
14.My dad understands my point of view‚ even when he doesn’t agree with me.
15.My dad always seems to be complaining about me.
16.In general‚ I don’t think we get along very well.
17.My dad screams a lot.
18.My dad puts me down.
19.If I run into problems‚ my dad helps me out.
20.I enjoy spending time with my father.
Conflict Behavior Questionnaire
1.    My parent doesn’t understand me
2.    My parent and I sometimes end our arguments calmly
3.    We almost never seem to agree
4.    I enjoy the talks we have
5.    When I state me opinion‚ my parent gets upset
6.    At least three times a week we get angry at each other
7.    My parent listens when I need someone to talk to
8.    My parent is a good friend to me
9.    My parent says I have no consideration for her/him
10.My parent understands me
11.At least once a day‚ we get angry at each other
12.My parent is bossy when we talk
13.The talks we have are frustrating
14.My parent understands my point of view even when she/he doesn’t agree with me
15.My parent seems to be always complaining about me
16.I enjoy spending time with my parent
17.In general‚ I don’t think we get along very well
18.My parent screams at me a lot
19.My parent puts me down
20.If I run into problems‚ my parent helps me out
 
True‚ False
1. Parent version:
a. Add one point for each true: 5‚ 7‚ 8‚ 10‚ 11‚ 12‚ 13‚ 14‚ 15‚ 16‚ 17‚ 18‚ 19‚ and 20
b. Add one point for each false: 1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 6‚ and 9
2. Adolescent version:
a. Add one point for each true: 1‚ 4‚ 6‚ 7‚ 10‚ 11‚ 12‚ 13‚ 15‚ 16‚ 17‚ and 18
b. Add one point for each false: 2‚ 3‚ 5‚ 8‚ 9‚ 14‚ 19‚ and 20
 
 

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