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Development And Validation Of The Parental Smartphone Use Management Scale (Psums): Parents’ Perceived Self-Efficacy With Adolescents With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Yi-Ping Hsieh, Cheng-Fang Yen, Wen-Jiun Chou Apr 2019

Development And Validation Of The Parental Smartphone Use Management Scale (Psums): Parents’ Perceived Self-Efficacy With Adolescents With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Yi-Ping Hsieh, Cheng-Fang Yen, Wen-Jiun Chou

Social Work Faculty Publications

The psychometric properties of the Parental Smartphone Use Management Scale (PSUMS) and its prospective relationships with symptoms of smartphone addiction and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) were studies in a sample of parents of adolescents with ADHD. This is a scale to measure parents’ perceived self-efficacy on managing their children’s smartphone use. Construct validity (exploratory factor analysis and confirmatory factor analysis), criterion-related validity (known-group validity and concurrent validity), and reliability (Cronbach’s alpha) were performed for data analyses. The results showed that the PSUMS had good factorials validity and high reliabilities, with Cronbach’s alphas ranging between 0.93 ...


Relationships Between Parent-Reported Parenting, Child-Perceived Parenting, And Children’S Mental Health In Taiwanese Children, Ching-Yu Huang, Yi-Ping Hsieh, April Chiung-Tao Shen, Hsi-Sheng Wei, Jui-Ying Feng, Hsiao-Lin Hwa, Joyce Yen Feng Mar 2019

Relationships Between Parent-Reported Parenting, Child-Perceived Parenting, And Children’S Mental Health In Taiwanese Children, Ching-Yu Huang, Yi-Ping Hsieh, April Chiung-Tao Shen, Hsi-Sheng Wei, Jui-Ying Feng, Hsiao-Lin Hwa, Joyce Yen Feng

Social Work Faculty Publications

The current study examines the relationship between parents’ and children’s reports of parenting and their effects on children’s mental health symptoms. Six hundred and sixty-six parent-child dyads in Taiwan participated in this study. The parents and the children filled out the parenting questionnaires, and the children also reported their general mental health. The results demonstrated that parental-reported and child-perceived parenting were positively correlated, but parents tended to report lower scores on authoritarian parenting and higher scores on Chinese parenting than did their children. There were also significant gender differences: The mothers reported higher authoritative parenting than did the ...