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TitleThe Coparenting Relationship Scale—Father’s Prenatal Version
Author(s)Pinto, Tiago Miguel
Figueiredo, Bárbara
Feinberg, Mark E.
KeywordsCoparenting Relationship Scale
Psychometric characteristics
Depressive and anxious symptoms
Adult attachment
Partner’s relationship quality
Issue date2019
JournalJournal of Adult Development
Abstract(s)This study aimed to examine the psychometric characteristics of the Coparenting Relationship Scale when administered in fathers during pregnancy. During the first trimester of a partner’s pregnancy, 91 primiparous fathers completed the Coparenting Relationship Scale—Father’s Prenatal Version (CRS-FPV), and self-report measures of depressive and anxious symptoms, adult attachment, and partner’s relationship quality. The CRS-FPV revealed good internal consistency. Exploratory factor analysis revealed four factors: lack of coparenting support, coparenting conflict, coparenting disagreement, and coparenting undermining. Confirmatory factor analysis revealed a good model fit. Significant associations between the CRSFPV and the original CRS subscales were found. Hypothesized associations between the CRS-FPV subscales and individual (depressive and anxious symptoms and adult attachment) and dyadic (partner’s relationship quality) constructs were also significant. The present study suggested that the CRS-FPV is a reliable multidimensional measure to assess coparenting in fathers during pregnancy.
Description"Published online: 27 June 2018"
AccessOpen access
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