Most parents don’t see their child interact with peers because they do this at preschool or child care. How will their answers to these questions be valid?

Most parents see their children interact with peers—during playdates, at birthday parties, at social events, in the neighborhood, in the community, on sports teams, and so forth. For children who have been in a preschool or child care environment, parents typically have seen and heard about their children’s social interactions. Both ASQ-3 and ASQ:SE-2 questionnaires were validated in a national normative study with parents responding to the questions, including the questions related to peer interaction. 

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