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Parent reading belief inventory: Reliability and validity with a sample of Mexican American mothers

Resource Type: Reports & Papers
Author(s): Rodriguez, Barbara; Hammer, Carol Scheffner; Lawrence, Frank R.;
Date Issued: September 2009
Description: An evaluation of the internal consistency of the 7 scales of the Parent Reading Belief Inventory (PRBI), an assessment of its factor structure, and an examination of its concurrent validity in a sample of 274 Mexican American mothers from low-income homes
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