The Children's Perception of Interparental Conflict Scale (CPIC) assesses children and adolescent's views of several aspects of marital conflict. It consists of 51 items on nine subscales (Frequency; Intensity; Resolution; Content; Perceived Threat; Coping Efficacy; Self - Blame; Triangulation; and Stability). 3 factor analytically derived subscales (Conflict Properties, Threat, Self-Blame) demonstrated acceptable levels of internal consistency and test-retest reliability.
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1) Grych, John H., Seid, Michael, and Fincham, Frank D. (1992). Assessing marital conflict from the child's perspective: The children's perception of Interparental conflict scale. Child Development, 63, (3), 558-572.