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Daria Bukhalenkova 1, Aleksander Veraksa 1, Margarita Gavrilova  1, Natalya Kartushina 2
  • 1 Lomonosov Moscow State University, Bld. 9, 11 Mokhovaya St, 125009 Moscow, Russian Federation
  • 2 University of Oslo, Forskningsveien 3A (map) 0373 Oslo, Norway

Psychometric Properties of the Russian-Language Version of the Early Parental Attitudes Questionnaire (EPAQ) Designed to Assess Intuitive Theories of Parenting

2021. No. 2. P. 227–242 [issue contents]
Daria Bukhalenkova, Candidate of Sciences in Psychology, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology of Education and Pedagogics, Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University. Е-mail: d.bukhalenkova@inbox.ru (corresponding author)

Aleksandr Veraksa, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Education, Professor, Doctor of Sciences in Psychology, Head of the Department of Psychology of Education and Pedagogics, Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University. Е-mail: veraksa@yandex.ru

Margarita Gavrilova, Junior Research Fellow, Department of Psychology of Education and Pedagogics, Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University. Е-mail: gavrilovamrg@gmail.com

Address: Bld. 9, 11 Mokhovaya Str., 125009 Moscow, Russian Federation. 

Natalya Kartushina, PhD in Psychology, Research Fellow, Department of Psychology, University of Oslo.

Address: Forskningsveien 3A (map) 0373 Oslo, Norway. Е-mail: natalia.kartushina@psykologi.uio.no

Psychometric properties of the Russian-language version of the Early Parental Attitudes Questionnaire (EPAQ), an instrument for assessing intuitive theories of parenting, were tested on 1,928 parents of children aged 1–7. Assessment of the questionnaire’s reliability (internal consistency) using the Cronbach’s alpha coefficient showed that the scales were not homogeneous. Confirmatory factor analysis revealed that the data obtained in the Russian sample was only partially consistent with the original three-scale model obtained in American parents. The questionnaire’s factor structure, determined using the exploratory factor analysis, was interpreted from the perspective of the adults’ beliefs on parenting and child development that are widespread in Russia. Additional adaptation is needed to improve the reliability of the Russian-language version of the questionnaire and to allow its further use.
Citation: Bukhalenkova D. A., Veraksa A. N., Gavrilova M. N., Kartushina N. A. (2021) Testirovanie psikhometricheskikh svoystv russkoyazychnoy versii oprosnika EPAQ dlya vyyavleniya intuitivnykh teoriy vospitaniya u roditeley [Psychometric Properties of the Russian-Language Version of the Early Parental Attitudes Questionnaire (EPAQ) Designed to Assess Intuitive Theories of Parenting]. Voprosy obrazovaniya / Educational Studies Moscow, no2, pp. 227–242.
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