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Validity of the coder impressions inventory in coding videotaped parent-child interactions /

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Child behavior is highly individualized and often associated with the influences of parenting. Assessments of child behavior are important in targeting areas in need of intervention...The primary purpose of this study was to examine the validity of the CII [Coder Impressions Inventory] in coding videotaped P-C [parent-child] interactions. An examination of the CII's performance in coding videotaped P-C interactions was completed by comparing it to the well established Dyadic Parent-Child Interaction Coding System-Revised (DPICS-R) tool. Average frequency levels of each of the DPICS-R and CII items and the degree of variance as predicted by the CII for each of the DPICS-R items were used to compare the relationship between these two coding systems. Thesis (M.S.) -- Winona State University, 2005. Includes bibliographic references and appendices. List of tables -- List of figures & graphs -- Chapter 1. Introduction -- Chapter 2. Review of the literature -- Chapter 3. Research methods and design -- Chapter 4. Results of analysis -- Chapter 5. Results/conclustions -- References -- Appendix A. Coder impressions inventory -- Appendix B. Winona State University IRB approval -- Appendix C. Rush inventory: Parent/toddler project permission to use study's videotaped data -- Appendix D. Dr. Deborah Gross' original study's IRB approval.

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