The Parent-Child Relationship Inventory (PCRI) is an instrument for parents to assess their relationship with their children. The instrument, which contains 78 items, has been standardized on over 1,100 parents in the United States. The PCRI can be completed in 15 to 20 minutes.
Access and Use
PCRI Kit (includes 25 answer sheets, manual): $139; AutoScore answer sheet 25-pack: $67; Answer sheet 100-pack: $23; Scoring and Interpretation CD 25-use: $495; Manual: $82
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