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Prevalence and stability of physical aggression between spouses: a longitudinal analysis.
Community couples (N = 272) were assessed in a longitudinal study of early marriage. More women than men reported physically aggressing against their partners at premarriage (44% vs. 31%) and 18Expand
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A New Psychotherapy for Traditional Men
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Batterer Intervention Programs: A Report From the Field
Over the past 25 years, batterer intervention has become the most probable disposition following a plea or conviction on domestic battery charges and, consequently, batterer intervention programsExpand
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The Batterer: A Psychological Profile
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Impulsivity and verbal deficits associated with domestic violence
While neurobiological factors are known to play a role in human aggression, relatively few studies have examined neuropsychological contributions to propensity for violence. We previouslyExpand
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Marital violence: characteristics of abusive couples.
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Biological Correlates of Intimate Partner Violence Perpetration.
An extensive literature documents biological correlates of general aggression, but there has been less focus on biological correlates of intimate partner violence (IPV). The purpose of this review isExpand
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Beyond Power and Control: Towards an Understanding of Partner Abusive Men
The twin concepts of "the integenerational transmission of domestic violence" and "the family as a training ground for domestic violence" have been staples of the domestic violence literature sinceExpand
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Neuropsychological Correlates of Domestic Violence
Neuropsychological functioning was assessed in 39 males who had committed domestic violence (batterers) and compared to 63 nonviolent (both maritally discordant and satisfied) subjects recruited byExpand
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Differentiating Between Generally and Partner-Only Violent Subgroups: Lifetime Antisocial Behavior, Family of Origin Violence, and Impulsivity
The present study examined self-reported lifetime antisocial behavior, family of origin violence, and impulsivity/behavioral disinhibition of 73 men entering treatment for partner violence.Expand
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