Psychometric properties of the Perceived Parental Autonomy Support Scale (P-PASS) in Spanish late-adolescents

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  • Carmen Rodríguez Menéndez Universidad de Oviedo

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https://doi.org/10.1344/ANPSIC2022.52/2.33615

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parental autonomy support, parental control, self-concept, adolescence, effect sizes.

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This study analyzed psychometric characteristics the Spanish version of the Perceived Parental Autonomy Scale (P-PASS), a self-report questionnaire to assess the adolescent’s perception of parental autonomy support. Confirmatory factor analyses demonstrated the hypothesized two-factor structure of the P-PASS, indicating the distinction between parental autonomy support and controlling parenting. Moreover, convergent validity was confirmed by theoretically consistent associations between the P-PASS and others measures of parental psychological control.  Results confirmed that parental autonomy support was a different dimension from overprotection and care. The findings from the hierarchical regression demonstrated the contributions of parental autonomy support and parental control to the development self -concept. Effect sizes findings highlight the upper weight of student’s perceived fathers’ behaviors on students’ family, social and physical self-concept.

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2022-07-25

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