Micol Parolin, Laura Sudati, Michela Gatta, Alessandra Simonelli

Application of the Lausanne Trilogue Play Procedure to Families with Adolescent Sons: A Preliminary Study

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Keywords: Interactive Behaviours; Adolescence; Lausanne Trilogue Play; Observational Procedures; Family Interactions.

The study focuses on the application of the Lausanne Trilogue Play (LTP) procedure for the observation of triad interaction among mother-father-child in adolescence and it intends to provide a preliminary contribution to the validation of the coding system of the procedure (FAAS 6.3). For this purpose, the LTP procedure was administered to 3 groups of families (N = 58): a group of families referred to Neuropsychiatry Unit (SC IAF), a group of families with a child admitted to residential treatment for Substance Use Disorders and a comparison group. Results indicated good levels of inter-rater reliability and clinical validity for the LTP procedure and the coding system proposed by the authors.

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