Measurement invariance and child temperament: An evaluation of sex and informant differences on the Child Behavior Questionnaire.

@article{Clark2016MeasurementIA,
  title={Measurement invariance and child temperament: An evaluation of sex and informant differences on the Child Behavior Questionnaire.},
  author={Douglas A. Clark and Caitlin J Listro and Sharon L. Lo and C. Emily Durbin and M. Brent Donnellan and Tricia K. Neppl},
  journal={Psychological assessment},
  year={2016},
  volume={28 12},
  pages={
          1646-1662
        }
}
Parent reports of temperament are used to study many important topics in child development, such as whether boys and girls differ in their levels of emotional reactivity and self-regulation. However, questions regarding measurement equivalence in parental reports of temperament are largely unexplored, despite the fact that this issue is critical for drawing the correct conclusions from mean-level comparisons. In the current study, measurement invariance across boys and girls (as targets), and… CONTINUE READING

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