Initial Validation of the Assessment of Parenting Tool: a Task- and Domain-level Measure of Parenting Self-efficacy for Parents of Infants from Birth to 24 Months of Age.

@article{Moran2016InitialVO,
  title={Initial Validation of the Assessment of Parenting Tool: a Task- and Domain-level Measure of Parenting Self-efficacy for Parents of Infants from Birth to 24 Months of Age.},
  author={Tracy E. Moran and Joshua R. Polanin and Amber L Evenson and Beth R Troutman and Christina L Franklin},
  journal={Infant mental health journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={37 3},
  pages={222-34}
}
Parenting self-efficacy (PSE) includes parents' self-perceptions regarding their capabilities in performing the numerous and changing tasks associated with parenting a specific child (i.e., domain-specific PSE) as well as their self-perceptions in the parenting role overall (i.e., domain-general PSE). Prior literature has demonstrated PSE's relations with numerous constructs significant to mental health and the parent-infant relationship. Prior measures of PSE have been limited by focusing on… CONTINUE READING