The Observability of Problem Behavior and Its Relation to Discrepancies Between Adolescents' Self-Report and Parents' Proxy Report on Problem Behavior

Vierhaus M, Rueth J-E, Lohaus A (2018)
Psychological Assessment 30(5): 669-677.

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This study provides evidence regarding the relatedness of multi-informant agreement and perceived observability of internalizing and externalizing problem behaviors. Based on 2 distinct but comparable samples of children/adolescents (Sample 1: 58.2% female and mean age of 12.51 years; Sample 2: 56.4% female and mean age of 12.35 years) and their mothers, cross-sectional as well as longitudinal analyses were conducted. Although often suggested in the literature, the results of the study do not indicate that-in general-internalizing behavior is less observable than externalizing behavior. Moreover, the results do not corroborate the suggestion that multi-informant agreement regarding internalizing behavior is lower than that of externalizing behavior. However, apart from the broad distinction of internalizing versus externalizing behavior, observability and multi-informant agreement are positively correlated with respect to reports on actual state (cross-sectional) as well as change (longitudinal) of problem behavior. The results are discussed in the context of research on multi-informant reports on problem behavior and with respect to practical implications for the assessment of problem behavior.
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Psychological Assessment
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Vierhaus M, Rueth J-E, Lohaus A. The Observability of Problem Behavior and Its Relation to Discrepancies Between Adolescents' Self-Report and Parents' Proxy Report on Problem Behavior. Psychological Assessment. 2018;30(5):669-677.
Vierhaus, M., Rueth, J. - E., & Lohaus, A. (2018). The Observability of Problem Behavior and Its Relation to Discrepancies Between Adolescents' Self-Report and Parents' Proxy Report on Problem Behavior. Psychological Assessment, 30(5), 669-677. doi:10.1037/pas0000515
Vierhaus, M., Rueth, J. - E., and Lohaus, A. (2018). The Observability of Problem Behavior and Its Relation to Discrepancies Between Adolescents' Self-Report and Parents' Proxy Report on Problem Behavior. Psychological Assessment 30, 669-677.
Vierhaus, M., Rueth, J.-E., & Lohaus, A., 2018. The Observability of Problem Behavior and Its Relation to Discrepancies Between Adolescents' Self-Report and Parents' Proxy Report on Problem Behavior. Psychological Assessment, 30(5), p 669-677.
M. Vierhaus, J.-E. Rueth, and A. Lohaus, “The Observability of Problem Behavior and Its Relation to Discrepancies Between Adolescents' Self-Report and Parents' Proxy Report on Problem Behavior”, Psychological Assessment, vol. 30, 2018, pp. 669-677.
Vierhaus, M., Rueth, J.-E., Lohaus, A.: The Observability of Problem Behavior and Its Relation to Discrepancies Between Adolescents' Self-Report and Parents' Proxy Report on Problem Behavior. Psychological Assessment. 30, 669-677 (2018).
Vierhaus, Marc, Rueth, Jana-Elisa, and Lohaus, Arnold. “The Observability of Problem Behavior and Its Relation to Discrepancies Between Adolescents' Self-Report and Parents' Proxy Report on Problem Behavior”. Psychological Assessment 30.5 (2018): 669-677.

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