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Typologies of male batterers: three subtypes and the differences among them.
Previous typologies of male batterers, including typologies developed by means of rational-deductive and empirical-inductive strategies, are reviewed. On the basis of this review, 3 descriptiveExpand
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Testing the Holtzworth-Munroe and Stuart (1994) batterer typology.
A. Holtzworth-Munroe and G. L. Stuart (1994) proposed that 3 subtypes (family only [FO], borderline-dysphoric [BD], and generally violent-antisocial [GVA]) would be identified using 3 descriptiveExpand
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Violent versus nonviolent husbands: Differences in attachment patterns, dependency, and jealousy.
Two studies were conducted to compare the attachment patterns, dependency, and jealousy of violent and maritally distressed husbands with that of nonviolent-distressed and nonviolent-nondistressedExpand
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Affect, verbal content, and psychophysiology in the arguments of couples with a violent husband.
The purpose of this investigation was to study the affect, psychophysiology, and violent content of arguments in couples with a violent husband. On the basis of self-reports of violent arguments,Expand
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Readiness to Change, Partner Violence Subtypes, and Treatment Outcomes Among Men in Treatment for Partner Assault
Men court-mandated to attend a batterer’s intervention program (BIP) were evaluated to determine whether pre-BIP readiness to change and the presence of partner violence subtypes predicted BIPExpand
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Do subtypes of maritally violent men continue to differ over time?
In previous batterer typology studies, only 1 study gathered longitudinal data and no research examined whether subtypes continue to differ from one another over time. The present study did so. WeExpand
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Attributing negative intent to wife behavior: the attributions of maritally violent versus nonviolent men.
This study compared attributions for negative wife behavior offered by three groups of husbands: 22 maritally violent and distressed, 17 nonviolent but maritally distressed, and 17 nonviolent andExpand
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Guidelines for classifying evidence-based treatments in couple and family therapy.
Guidelines for Evidence-Based Treatments in Family Therapy are intended to help guide clinicians, researchers, and policy makers in identifying specific clinical interventions and treatment programsExpand
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Social skill deficits in maritally violent men: Interpreting the data using a social information processing model
Abstract Many available therapy programs for maritally violent men (i.e., “skills-building” groups) are based upon the assumption that violent men are deficient in social skills. However, basicExpand
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Social information processing mediates the intergenerational transmission of aggressiveness in romantic relationships.
This study explored the K. A. Dodge (1986) model of social information processing as a mediator of the association between interparental relationship conflict and subsequent offspring romanticExpand
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