The development and initial validation of the Immigrant Parental Stress Inventory (IPSI) in a sample of Korean immigrant parents
The purpose of this study was to develop and validate the Immigrant Parental Stress Inventory (IPSI), with which social service professionals working with immigrant families can easily assess stress experienced by immigrant parents within their two distinctively different language and cultural contexts.
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