Validity and Reliability of the French Version of the Grandchildren’s Received Affection Scale

The aim of this study was to validate a French version of the Grandchildren’s Received Affection Scale (GRAS) and to assess the reliability of this scale. A sample of 285 French emerging adults completed the French translation of the GRAS and related measures. Results supported the four-factor model of the French GRAS grounded in Affection Exchange Theory by assessing it’s factorial and construct validity. Thus, this study provides intergenerational relationship researchers and clinicians with a valid and reliable tool to assess French-speaking grandchildren’s received grandparental affection.

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Work Title Validity and Reliability of the French Version of the Grandchildren’s Received Affection Scale
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  1. Mathilde Duflos
  2. Caroline Giraudeau
  3. Nathalie Bailly
  4. Daniel H. Mansson
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  1. Journal of Family Communication
Publication Date January 1, 2021
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  1. https://doi.org/10.1080/15267431.2021.1876694
Deposited November 19, 2021

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