This 25-item measure asks adolescents will report how much knowledge their parents have regarding important aspects of their lives, how much adolescents disclose to their parents, and how much parents try to know about adolescents’ lives.
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Youth: 5, 7, 8
Youth Knowledge, Disclosure, Control and Solicitation Measure PDF