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Interventions for Intimate Partner Violence: A Historical Review
Intimate partner violence (IPV), also known as domestic abuse or relationship violence, has generated a large research literature for the last half-century, particularly in the areas of criminal
Prevalence of Partner Abuse: Rates of Emotional Abuse and Control
Partner abuse research over the past two decades has divided violent, threatening, or abusive phenomena into discrete areas of interest to researchers that, although distinct, are still broadly
Reducing Juvenile Recidivism: Evaluating the Wraparound Services Model
Objective: The purpose of this study was to (a) evaluate the relative effectiveness of wraparound services versus conventional services for juvenile delinquent youth and (b) create a predictive model
A Multidimensional Evaluation of a Treatment Program for Female Batterers: A Pilot Study
The purpose of the study was to conduct a preliminary evaluation of a batterer intervention program by investigating changes in psychological variables related to abuse (i.e., truthfulness, violence,
Psychological and demographic predictors of attrition among batterers court ordered into treatment
The study investigated differences in demographic and psychological variables between treatment completers and dropouts among abusive men entering a court-mandated treatment program. An additional
An Application of Attachment Theory to Court-Mandated Batterers
The purpose of this study was to investigate levels of interpersonal dependency, an indicator of insecure attachment in adulthood, among batterers court-mandated into domestic violence treatment. The
Disciplinary Literacy and Pedagogical Content Knowledge
TLDR
This review is a report of selected literature on theory, research, and practice in disciplinary literacy, primarily reading, which concur with Shulman (1987) in noting that the ultimate task of the teacher is “blending” all the forms of knowledge in the service of effective instruction.
An Evaluation of a Court-Mandated Batterer Intervention Program: Investigating Differential Program Effect for African American and White Women
Objective: The purpose of this study is to (a) evaluate a 16-week batterer intervention program by investigating changes in psychological variables related to abuse between pretreatment and
Exploring the Relevance of Interpersonal Dependency as a Treatment Issue in Batterer Intervention
Objective: The purpose of the study was to (a) investigate the pretreatment levels of interpersonal dependency and violence among men entering a 16-week, court-mandated, batterer intervention program
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