Protocol - Peer Relationships - Proxy Report
The PROMIS© Peer Relationships item banks assess parental or self-reported quality of relationships with friends and other acquaintances. Assess peer relationships over the past seven days.
A brief guide to the PROMIS© Peer Relationships instrument is available for review here. The guide provides additional information on administration and scoring.
The PROMIS© Peer Relationships item banks assess self-reported quality of relationships with friends and other acquaintances during the past 7 days. This measure focuses on social development and engagement with peers.
To obtain materials for administering and scoring the PROMIS© Parent Proxy Item Bank v 2.0 – Peer Relationships please visit Healthmeasures.net. These materials are available free of charge.
Translated versions of this protocol are available for purchase.
Personnel and Training Required
|Specialized requirements for biospecimen collection||No|
|Average time of greater than 15 minutes in an unaffected individual||No|
Mode of Administration
Parents serving as proxy reporters for their child (youth ages 5-17).
PROMIS© measures are available for free and can be administered in multiple ways. They are validated and widely used to assess physical, mental and social development. Having both self and parent/proxy report available is important for use with the pediatric population.
|caDSR Common Data Elements (CDE)||Pediatric Proxy Report Peer Relationship Questionnaire Assessment Text||7051607||CDE Browser|
|Human Phenotype Ontology||Lack of peer relationships||HP:0002332||HPO|
Process and Review
Protocol Name from Source
PROMIS© Parent Proxy Item Bank v 2.0 - Peer Relationships
Dewalt DA1, Thissen D, Stucky BD, Langer MM, Morgan Dewitt E, Irwin DE, Lai JS, Yeatts KB, Gross HE, Taylor O, Varni JW. PROMIS Pediatric Peer Relationships Scale: development of a peer relationships item bank as part of social health measurement. Health Psychol. 2013 Oct;32(10):1093-103.
PROMIS© Parent Proxy Item Bank v 2.0 - Peer Relationships is a proprietary instrument, and administration requires visiting Healthmeasures.net.
Ader, Deborah N. Developing the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS). Medical Care. 45(5):S1-S2, May 2007.
Cella, David; Yount, Susan; Rothrock, Nan; More. The Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS): Progress of an NIH Roadmap Cooperative Group During its First Two Years. Medical Care. 45(5):S3-S11, May 2007.
Devine, K.A., Willard, V.W., Hocking, M.C., Stapleton, J.L., Rotter, D., Bukowski, W.M., & Noll, R.B. (2018). PROMIS Peer Relationships Short Form: How Well Does Self-Report Correlate with Data from Peers? Journal of Pediatric Psychology. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29800306
Ross, A.C., Simons, L.E., Feinstein, A.B., Yoon, I.A., & Bhandari, R.P. (2017). Social Risk and Resilience Factors in Adolescent Chronic Pain: Examining the Role of Parents and Peers. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1093/jpepsy/jsx118
Toomey, M., Schwartz, J., Laverdiere, M., Tucker, C.A., Bevans, K., Forrest, C.B., & Blum, N.J. (2016). Preliminary Validation of the PROMIS Parent-Proxy Peer Relationships Measure in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Dbpnet Study. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 37(9), 724-729.
|Variable Name||Variable ID||Variable Description||dbGaP Mapping|
|PX300901000000||Protocol 300901 - proprietary. Check DCW for more||N/A|
December 11, 2019
Assessment of a child’s or teen’s current (past seven days) relationships with peers.
To assess a child’s or teen’s social development and engagement with their peers. Good social skills are important for relationship building and success in other areas of life.
Friends, Friendship, Acceptance, Social Development, Relationships, PROMIS© Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System, social health, Pediatric Development