A Meta-Analysis of School-Based Interventions Aimed to Prevent or Reduce Violence in Teen Dating Relationships

@article{DeLaRue2017AMO,
  title={A Meta-Analysis of School-Based Interventions Aimed to Prevent or Reduce Violence in Teen Dating Relationships},
  author={Lisa De La Rue and Joshua R. Polanin and Dorothy L. Espelage and Terri D. Pigott},
  journal={Review of Educational Research},
  year={2017},
  volume={87},
  pages={34 - 7}
}
The incidence of violence in dating relationships has a significant impact on young people, including decreased mental and physical health. This review is the first to provide a quantitative synthesis of empirical evaluations of school-based programs implemented in middle and high schools that sought to prevent or reduce incidents of dating violence. After a systematic search and screening procedure, a meta-analysis of 23 studies was used to examine the effects of school-based programs. Results… 

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