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Batterer Intervention Systems: Issues, Outcomes, and Recommendations
1. Introduction: The Emergence of Batterer Programs and Intervention Systems PART II. EVALUATION ISSUES 2. Evaluating if Batterer Programs Work 3. The Limitations of Previous Evaluations 4. ComparingExpand
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Evaluating batterer counseling programs: A difficult task showing some effects and implications
Abstract Over 40 published program evaluations have attempted to address the effectiveness of “batterer programs” in preventing reassaults. Summaries and meta-analysis of these evaluations suggestExpand
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Batterer Programs
Research is summarized that addresses the prevailing issues facing batterer programs: (a) Do batterer counseling programs work? (b) What program approach is the most effective and appropriate? (c)Expand
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Who Are Those Guys? Toward a Behavioral Typology of Batterers
  • E. Gondolf
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Violence and Victims
  • 1 January 1988
This paper reviews a cluster analysis of batterer abuse and antisocial variables drawn from intake interviews with battered women in Texas shelters. A substantial portion of severely abusive andExpand
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Patterns of Reassault in Batterer Programs
  • E. Gondolf
  • Medicine
  • Violence and Victims
  • 1 January 1997
A comparative multisite evaluation was conducted of four “well-established” batterer programs in geographically distributed cities to assess the pattern of reassault. Eight hundred and fortyExpand
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Battered Women’s Perceptions of Risk Versus Risk Factors and Instruments in Predicting Repeat Reassault
This study partially replicates and expands on a previous study that showed women’s perceptions of risk to be a strong predictor of reassault among batterers. The current study employed a larger andExpand
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In a recent article, Dutton and Corvo denounce and reject the so-called Duluth Model of batterer intervention based on cognitive–behavioral counseling, reinforcement from the criminal justice system,Expand
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Predictors of Batterer Program Attendance
Research and services to address premature termination from batterers' programs (BPs) are limited by arbitrary definitions of dropout and completion. A continuous measure was used to evaluateExpand
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A Comparison of Four Batterer Intervention Systems
A comparative multisite evaluation was conducted in four geographically distributed cities to examine the relative effectiveness of different approaches. The intervention systems represented a rangeExpand
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