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Perspectives on child behavior problems: Comparisons of children's self-reports with parent and teacher reports
Associations among parents', teachers', and children's self-reports of internalizing and externalizing child behavior problems were examined in two studies. In the first, both teachers' and parents' reports were modestly and independently associated with children's self-reported behavior problems. In the second, mothers' and fathers' reports of their children's behavior problems were moderately associated with parents' self-reports of their own psychological symptoms as well as with theirdoi:10.1037/1040-35188.8.131.52 fatcat:4tiykxdpqbcp7krdzlq2brroka