Online course to be delivered by Ann Stacks, Ph.D. and Kristyn Wong, Ph.D.
Training Dates and Times:
9:00 am to 1:00 pm EST
October 26th – 28th;
31st; November 1
About the training:
The Pregnancy Interview PI-R (Slade, 2004) is a semi-structured clinical interview developed to assess the quality of a mother’s representation of her relationship with her unborn child.
This online course is designed to provide research and clinical professionals with a comprehensive understanding of Parental Reflective Functioning (PRF) and to provide training to researchers to become a reliable RF coder on the Pregnancy Interview (PI). The course will provide an introduction to PRF and to the PI and will provide participants with training in understanding and applying the RF coding system to PI transcripts.
Participants will be given interview transcripts to score in between online sessions; this work will serve as the basis for discussion on the following training day. To earn reliability as a coder, participants will independently score 5 practice transcripts and 10-20 reliability transcripts. Coder must score an average of 80% agreement on individual and overall scores.
Training is limited to 10 people.
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