Parental Knowledge

Child version:
1. Do your parents know what you do during your free time?
2. Do your parents know who you have as friends during your free time?
3. Do your parents usually know what type of homework you have?
4. Do your parents know what you spend your money on?
5. Do your parents usually know when you have an exam or paper due at school?
6. Do your parents know how you do in different subjects at school?
7. Do your parents know where you go when you are out with friends at night?
8. Do your parents normally know where you go and what you do after school?
9. In the past month‚ have your parents had no idea where you were at night?
Parent version:
1. Do you know what you child does during his or her free time?
2. Do you know who your child has as friends during his or her free time?
3. Do you know what type of homework your child has?
4. Do you know what your child spends his or her money on?
5. Do you know when your child has an exam or paper due at school?
6. Do you know how your child does in different subjects at school?
7. Do you know where your child goes when he or she is out with friends at night?
8. Do you normally know where your child goes and what he or she does after school?
9. In the past month‚ have you had no idea where your child was at night?
 
 
.86 for the child report and .89 for the parent report.
 
This instrument can be found on pages 70-71 of Latino Families and Youth: A Compendium of Assessment Tools‚ available online at: http://www.paho.org/hq/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_view&gid=23171&Itemid=
 
 
1 = Never
2 = Rarely
3 = Sometimes
4 = Most of the time
5 = Always or almost always
 

Stattin‚ H.‚ & Kerr‚ M. (2000). Parental monitoring: A reinterpretation. Child Development‚ 71(4)‚ 1072-1085.

Eaton‚ N. R.‚ Krueger‚ R. F.‚ Johnson‚ W.‚ McGue‚ M.‚ & Iacono‚ W. G. (2009). Parental monitoring‚ personality‚ and delinquency: Further support for areconceptualization of monitoring. Journal of Research in Personality‚ 43(1)‚ 49-59.

Kerr‚ M.‚ Stattin‚ H.‚ & Burk‚ W. J. (2010). A reinterpretation of parental monitoring in longitudinal perspective. Journal of Research on Adolescence‚ 20(1)‚ 39-64.a.

 

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