Adaptação das versões completa e breve da Escala de Relação Coparental (ERC) em uma amostra comunitária de pais e mães portugueses

  • Pedro Alexandre Costa William James Center for Research, ISPA – Instituto Universitário
  • Inês Queiroz Garcia William James Centre for Research, ISPA - Instituto Universitário
  • Fiona Tasker Birkbeck, University of London
  • Isabel Leal William James Center for Research, ISPA – Instituto Universitário
Palavras-chave: coparentalidade, validação, relação conjugal, ajustamento diádico

Resumo

A Escala de Relação Coparental (ERC) é uma das medidas mais utilizadas para avaliar a relação de coparentalidade. Pretendeu-se avaliar as propriedades psicométricas das versões completa e breve da ERC numa amostra comunitária de 779 pais e mães portugueses, com idades entre os 23 e os 65 anos (M = 42.73; DP = 5.27). As análises fatoriais confirmatórias forneceram evidências de um bom ajustamento dos dados, fiabilidade interna e validade convergente, ainda que em ambas as versões tenha sido eliminada a dimensão Divisão de tarefas parentais. Quando à validade discriminante, duas das sete dimensões – Acordo nas práticas parentais e Suporte coparental – não evidenciaram validade discriminante. A validade concorrente também foi testada e confirmada através das correlações entre das dimensões da ERC e as dimensões da RDAS (ajustamento diádico) e do SDQ (ajustamento infantil).

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2020-08-07
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Costa, P., Garcia, I., Tasker, F., & Leal, I. (2020). Adaptação das versões completa e breve da Escala de Relação Coparental (ERC) em uma amostra comunitária de pais e mães portugueses. PSICOLOGIA, 34(1), 236-248. https://doi.org/10.17575/psicologia.v34i1.1598
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