This study develops the Perceived Parental Self-Efficacy Scale for adolescents, identifies its psychometric properties, and examines the relationship between the scores on the Perceived Parental Self-Efficacy Scale and trait anxiety through regression analysis. This study was performed in two steps. To develop the measurement tool, data were collected from a total of 560 female and male students between the ages of 11-18 in the first step, and then from a total of 616 female and male students in the second steps. The validity and reliability analyses performed to determine the psychometric properties of the scale yielded a 22-item form with 4 sub-dimensions. The second analysis confirmed the construct of the measurement tool; no significant difference was found in the perceived parental self-efficacy scores by gender. Further, this study determined that trait anxiety was predicted by perceived parental self-efficacy. This study discussed its findings with previous findings and concluded with some suggestions.