The purpose of this study was to analyze the psychometric properties of the Spanish version of the Parenting Stress Index-Short Form in a sample of 115 fathers of infants aged between ten and thirty-nine months old. The exploratory factor analysis revealed three reasonably distinct factors, as in the original version of the instrument. The three extracted factors: Parental Distress, Parent-Child Dysfunctional Interaction and Difficult Child accounted for 47.48 % of the variance. The internal consistency coefficients were high in each factor or subscale. These results provided empirical evidence in favour of the reliability and validity of the Parenting Stress Index-Short Form in Spanish fathers, and can be useful to elucidate the mechanisms through which stress impacts parenting and permitting to develop more targeted interventions for infants and their families.
We present a multi-epoch analysis of the galaxy populations formed within the
Cosmological hydrodynamical simulations presented in Vogelsberger et al.
(2013). These simulations explore the performance of a recently implemented
Feedback model which includes primordial and metal line radiative cooling...
We report the
First observation of the pressure-induced elimination of long-ranged AFM order
In LaMnPO single crystals that are iso-structural to the LaFeAsO
Superconductor15,17. By combining in-situ high pressure resistance and ac
Susceptibility measurements, we found that LaMnPO undergoes a crosso...
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