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PARQ Scoring Software (CD ROM)

Author(s): Arthur L. Robin, Thomas Koepke and Ann W. Moye
Publisher: PAR, 2009
SKU code: 645SW
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The Parent Adolescent Relationship Questionnaire (PARQ) examines the relationships between adolescents (11-18 years) and parents and enables you to plan effective treatments through an understanding of the multifaceted adolescent-parent relationship.

It allows clinicians to emphasise problem-solving and communication skills, cognitive restructuring of extreme beliefs and distorted thinking, and/or specific problems in family functioning in subsequent interventions.

The PARQ can be used to monitor the effectiveness of individual and family interventions through periodic re-administration, as an outcome measure in treatment effectiveness research, and as a process measure in family interaction, adolescent development, and theoretical research.

The PARQ Scoring Software provides unlimited scoring and report generation. After demographic information and item responses or scale raw scores are manually entered (from Response Booklets), the PARQ-SP generates a report that includes raw scores, T scores, percentile ranges, qualitative ranges, item response tables, an inconsistency score summary table, and a profile graph.

Reliable change score summary tables are also available.

PARQ Parent Sample Score Report

PARQ Parent Reliable Change Score Summary Sample Report

PARQ Adolescent Sample Score Report

PARQ Adolescent Reliable Change Score Summary Sample Report

System Requirements

  • Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
  • Mac users: install Windows in VirtualBox or BootCamp. Other virtual machine solutions (e.g., Parallels, VMWare) are not supported.
  • NTFS file system
  • CD-ROM drive for installation
  • Internet connection for activation and counter update

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Author(s): Arthur L. Robin, Thomas Koepke and Ann W. Moye