The careful development and testing of the self-report instrument provides the educational / clinical community with a very useful tool that can increase early sensitivity and overcomes previously existing problems in screening for morbidity.
Professor Stuart McNaughton, University of Auckland, New Zealand
This will be a great addition to our library.
Prof Michael Lamb, Head of Dept. of Social and Developmental Psychology, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
I used the PP last week to really good effect …the responses gave me a great deal of material to work with, it gave me some really good questions to ask, and her explanations on why she put things were where the real gems were to be found.
Rev Paul Russell, Registered Psychologist and Chaplain, Western Australia
The validity and reliability checks were thorough, such as those pertaining to the readability of the CAPP and the triangulation method applied. What an invaluable contribution it is to the profession.
Dr Terry de Jong, University of Cape Town, South Africa