Spanish adaptation of the Children’s Hassles Scale

The Journal of Psychology with Children and Adolescents has published in its last issue the Spanish adaptation and validation of the self-report Children’s Hassles Scale (CHS). This instrument evaluates daily stress situations in children aged 10 to 12 years, related to greater externalizing and internalizing symptoms. The scale has demonstrated its reliability and validity in both the community and clinical population, and has an internal structure composed of four main factors: comparison of peers, school, parents and family, and a higher order factor. The Spanish version of the CHS is a useful tool for research, clinical practice and education.

You can check the scale here.

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