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Coding Interactive Behaviour (CIB)
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The CIB coding system is a global measure that looks at parent, child and dyadic affective states and interactive styles. This measure is typically used with adults and children aged between 2 and 36 months.

Using pre-recorded video taped material the CIB is broken down into 43 codes that are rated on 5-point Likert scales . There are 21 parent codes, 16 child codes and 5 dyadic codes. All 43 codes can be calculated into subscales, consisting of parental sensitivity, intrusiveness and limit setting, child involvement, withdrawal and compliance and dyadic reciprocity and negative state.

Key Reference: Feldman, R. (1998) Coding interactive behaviour manual. Israel, Bar-llan University.

 

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