Author(s): Boyd CP, Gullone E, Needleman GL, Burt T
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Abstract The Family Environment Scale has been used extensively in family research since first being published. However, despite its appeal both conceptually and empirically, doubts have been raised over the scale's reliability. This article presents normative and reliability data for the Family Environment Scale from a large, combined sample of adolescents. Means and standard deviations were generally found to be in line with those reported in the scale's manual; however, estimates of internal consistency for most subscales could be considered inadequate for research purposes.
This article was published in Fam Process
and referenced in Air & Water Borne Diseases