Cross-informant agreement between parent-reported and adolescent self-reported problems in 25 societies.

@article{Rescorla2013CrossinformantAB,
  title={Cross-informant agreement between parent-reported and adolescent self-reported problems in 25 societies.},
  author={Leslie A. Rescorla and Sofia Giuliana Artom Ginzburg and Thomas M. Achenbach and Masha Y Ivanova and Fredrik Almqvist and Ivan Begovac and Niels Bilenberg and Hector R. Bird and Myriam Chahed and Anca Dobrean and Manfred Doepfner and N. Erol and Helga Hannesd{\'o}ttir and Yasuko Kanbayashi and Michael Canute Lambert and Patrick Wing-leung Leung and Asghar Minaei and Torunn S Novik and Kyung-Ja Oh and Djaouida Petot and J. M Petot and Rolando Pomalima and Vlasta Rudan and M. Sawyer and Zuleyha Yaban Simsek and H. -Ch. Steinhausen and Jose Eduardo Valverde and Jan van der Ende and Sheila Weintraub and Christa Winkler Metzke and Tomasz Wolańczyk and Eugene Yuqing Zhang and Rita Žukauskienė and Frank C. Verhulst},
  journal={Journal of clinical child and adolescent psychology : the official journal for the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, American Psychological Association, Division 53},
  year={2013},
  volume={42 2},
  pages={
          262-73
        }
}
We used population sample data from 25 societies to answer the following questions: (a) How consistently across societies do adolescents report more problems than their parents report about them? (b) Do levels of parent-adolescent agreement vary among societies for different kinds of problems? (c) How well do parents and adolescents in different societies agree on problem item ratings? (d) How much do parent-adolescent dyads within each society vary in agreement on item ratings? (e) How well do… CONTINUE READING

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