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RIBEIRO, Karla Carolina Silveira  e  CRUZ, Raiff Laurentino da. Inventory of parenting styles of Young: validation on childrens from Paraíba. Mudanças [online]. 2019, vol.27, n.2, pp. 53-62. ISSN 0104-3269.

The family is the institution responsible for the process of primary socialization of children, specifically the parents mediate between the child's first contacts and the external world, with different ways of intersubjective exchanges primordial for development. In the last decades, the growth of studies about family and their influence on the normal and pathological development of the child and the adolescent has been observed, but no clinical model of understanding the parental styles has been proposed previously. Jeffrey Young, as a pioneer in studies focused on Scheme-Focused Therapy, developed Young's Parenting Styles Inventory (IEP). The objective of this research was to adapt and analyze if the IEP has psychometric validity for application with children from Paraiba, initially and specifically in the scale related to maternal schematic domains. For the empirical study, we counted on the participation of 646 children, of primary education, between 8 and 12 years old. The data were collected in 6 cities of Paraíba. All items had factorial loads above 0.3. For the maternal scale, the KMO index = 0.900 and x2 = 7693.140 p <0.000 and the cumulative variance percentage was 42%. The final version for the maternal scale was composed by the following factors: (I) Disconnection and Rejection (0.864); (II) Impaired Limits and Inhibition (0.804); (III) Hypervigilance (0.74); (IV) Guidance for the other (0.74); (V) Overprotected and Autonomy Impaired (0.67). It is concluded that the adapted version for children, on the maternal scale, presents adequate psychometric parameters. In addition, it is suggested the continuation of the studies for validation of the paternal scale.

Palavras-chave : Parental styles; Jeffrey Young; validation.

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