SCORE-15 (Systemic Clinical Outcome and Routine Evaluation) is a 15-item questionnaire for completion by family members aged 12 years and older to assess outcomes in systemic therapy. This study aimed to investigate (a) the psychometric properties and the internal consistency reliability of the Italian version of SCORE-15, (b) clinical responsiveness, and (c) normative (Italian) criteria. Furthermore, (d) the study sought to evaluate the participants’ representation of both their family and their problems, analyzing open-ended questions included in the SCORE-15. Data were collected from two clinical centers for 208 families (n = 507). Results confirmed the three-factor structure (i.e., strengths, difficulties, and communication), a good internal consistency reliability, and indicated a cutoff threshold for the Italian version. Furthermore, results showed that SCORE-15 is a good instrument for clinical responsiveness and that it can be used to explore the way in which family members describe their families and problems. Overall, SCORE-15 is a brief, psychometrically robust family assessment instrument that may be used for both researchers and practitioners in several domains of clinical and social psychology.
Paolini, D., & Schepisi, L. (2020). The Italian Version of SCORE-15: Validation and Potential Use. FAMILY PROCESS, 59(4), 1789-1800 [10.1111/famp.12495].
|Titolo:||The Italian Version of SCORE-15: Validation and Potential Use|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Citazione:||Paolini, D., & Schepisi, L. (2020). The Italian Version of SCORE-15: Validation and Potential Use. FAMILY PROCESS, 59(4), 1789-1800 [10.1111/famp.12495].|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|