Monitoring (Dis)Agreement in Dyadic Parent-Child Reports on Health-Related Quality of Life Assessment
Keywords:self-rated health, quality of life, children/adolescents, dyadic assessment, proxyreports
Research on children‘s quality of life is increasingly focused on the new design when the questionnaires are filled out not only by parents but also by children. However, there is a problem in how to evaluate the disagreement in dyadic children’s and parents’ reports. Our research was carried out with 1564 children/adolescents and parents who completed the KIDSCREEN-52 questionnaire in Lithuanian. Our paper calls into question the monitoring of dyadic disagreements as lacking conceptual perspective and addresses self-rated health as shedding systemic insights into the topic.
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