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Posttraumatic Stress Symptom Profiles of Battered Women: A Comparison of Survivors in Two Settings
  • D. Saunders
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Violence and Victims
  • 1 January 1994
This study sought to develop a profile of posttraumatic stress symptoms experienced by battered women and to explore differences among subsamples. Two groups of survivors from five states wereExpand
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Leaving An Abusive Partner
Four facets of leaving an abusive relationship are reviewed: (a) factors related to initially leaving an abusive partner; (b) the process of leaving an abusive relationship; (c) the psychologicalExpand
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A typology of men who batter: three types derived from cluster analysis.
  • D. Saunders
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The American journal of orthopsychiatry
  • 1 April 1992
Important theoretical and treatment implications may be revealed when men who batter their intimate partners are categorized according to type. Data on 165 batterers were cluster analyzed, and threeExpand
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Are Physical Assaults by Wives and Girlfriends a Major Social Problem?
Research that shows approximately equal rates of dating and domestic violence by men and women has been used to challenge the priority given to services for abused women. This article reviews theExpand
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The Impact of Different Forms of Psychological Abuse on Battered Women
Battered women receiving either shelter (n = 30) or nonshelter services (n = 30) from a domestic violence agency were interviewed regarding psychological abuse and its aftermath. Four types of abuseExpand
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Feminist-Cognitive-Behavioral and Process-Psychodynamic Treatments for Men Who Batter: Interaction of Abuser Traits and Treatment Models
  • D. Saunders
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Violence and Victims
  • 1 January 1996
At a community-based domestic violence program, 218 men with a history of partner abuse were randomly assigned to either feminist-cognitive-behavioral or process-psychodynamic group treatments. TheExpand
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The Inventory of Beliefs about Wife Beating: The Construction and Initial Validation of a Measure of Beliefs and Attitudes
Although attitudes and beliefs about wife beating have been regarded as important for understanding the factors that cause and perpetuate woman abuse, researchers have not had adequate instruments toExpand
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Group Interventions for Men Who Batter: A Summary of Program Descriptions and Research
This article provides a summary of the latest research on men’s group interventions for men who batter their intimate partners. The major components of current programs are described, along withExpand
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Adolescent Dating Violence Victimization and Psychological Well-Being
This study assesses the relationship between adolescents' dating violence victimization and their psychological well-being. The participants were 190high school students, ages 13 to 19 years, withExpand
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