Validating the interpersonal communication assessment scale

25-Jul-2019 20:22

CSKC: assisted in scale translation and collaborated in the data collection for sample 1. SMP: collaborated in the data collection for sample 1.CKKW: offered advice and assisted in data analyses.Result of this study indicated that the IM-P scale is a valid measure among Chinese populations but more studies are recommended to evaluate the psychometric properties and utility of the Chinese version of the IM-P.The authors would like to express our gratitude to the valuable support of colleagues from the Heep Hong Society, Hong Kong Family Welfare Society, Hong Kong Children & Youth Services, Christian Family Service Centre, and Yang Memorial Methodist Social Service in data collection.The cookies contain no personally identifiable information and have no effect once you leave the Medscape site.We use cookies to make interactions with our website easy and meaningful, to better understand the use of our services, and to tailor advertising.As detailed checklists have been shown to be not well suited for the assessment of communication skills for different reasons, this study aimed to validate a global rating scale.A Canadian instrument was translated to German and adapted to assess students’ communication skills during an end-of-semester-OSCE.

Subscales correlated in the expected directions with general parenting styles, family conflict, prosocial behavior, and antisocial behavior.

Mindfulness-based interventions are increasingly being used in parent training and family-based programs to improve family well-being.

The Interpersonal Mindfulness in Parenting (IM-P) scale was adopted as a measure to investigate the quality of interpersonal mindfulness in parenting.

In a first study among 761 preadolescents and early adolescents (10–14 years), we confirmed that the subscales of the PPMMS could be distinguished.

In a second study, in which 499 adolescents were surveyed again, the test–retest reliability and validity of the PPMMS were established.

Subscales correlated in the expected directions with general parenting styles, family conflict, prosocial behavior, and antisocial behavior.

Mindfulness-based interventions are increasingly being used in parent training and family-based programs to improve family well-being.

The Interpersonal Mindfulness in Parenting (IM-P) scale was adopted as a measure to investigate the quality of interpersonal mindfulness in parenting.

In a first study among 761 preadolescents and early adolescents (10–14 years), we confirmed that the subscales of the PPMMS could be distinguished.

In a second study, in which 499 adolescents were surveyed again, the test–retest reliability and validity of the PPMMS were established.

We also wish to thank the parents who volunteered their valuable time to complete our questionnaires.