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Reducing violence using community-based advocacy for women with abusive partners.
  • C. Sullivan, D. Bybee
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
  • 1 February 1999
An intensive community-based advocacy intervention was designed and evaluated by randomly assigning 278 battered women to an experimental or control condition. Participants were interviewed 6 timesExpand
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Development of the Scale of Economic Abuse
Economic abuse is part of the pattern of behaviors used by batterers to maintain power and control over their partners. However, no measure of economic abuse exists. This study describes theExpand
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Predicting Re-Victimization of Battered Women 3 Years After Exiting a Shelter Program
  • D. Bybee, C. Sullivan
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • American journal of community psychology
  • 1 September 2005
This study examined interpersonal and ecological predictors of re-victimization of a sample of women with abusive partners. All women (N = 124) had sought refuge from a battered women’s shelter 3Expand
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The Process Through Which an Advocacy Intervention Resulted in Positive Change for Battered Women Over Time
  • D. Bybee, C. Sullivan
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • American journal of community psychology
  • 1 February 2002
A prior experimental evaluation of a community-based advocacy program for women with abusive partners demonstrated positive change in the lives of women even 2 years postintervention (C. M. SullivanExpand
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A Contextual Analysis of Battered Women’s Safety Planning
This study explored a frequently overlooked area of research—battered women’s safety planning strategies. Interviews were conducted with 160 women who experienced violence from an intimate partnerExpand
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Health effects of experiences of sexual violence for women with abusive partners.
We assessed the incidence of sexual violence, physical violence, physical health symptoms, gynecological symptoms, and risk behaviors for contracting an STD or HIV infection in women who had used aExpand
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Culturally adapting an evidence-based parenting intervention for Latino immigrants: the need to integrate fidelity and cultural relevance.
Latinos constitute the largest ethnic minority group in the United States. However, the cultural adaptation and dissemination of evidence-based parenting interventions among Latino populationsExpand
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Battered Women’s Multitude of Needs
To better illuminate the elements of an effective community response to domestic violence, this study examined how survivors prioritized their help-seeking activities and what their prioritiesExpand
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Women Who Use Domestic Violence Shelters: Changes in Depression Over Time
This study examined the levels of depression reported by women who had used a domestic violence shelter. Depressive symptoms were assessed three times: immediately after shelter exit, 10 weeksExpand
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Ethical and Safety Considerations When Obtaining Information From or About Battered Women for Research Purposes
More and more researchers, evaluators, and policy makers are recognizing that in order to best understand the factors precipitating, supporting, and prohibiting intimate violence against women, weExpand
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