Abusive Men’s Indirect Control of Their Partner During the Process of Separation

  title={Abusive Men’s Indirect Control of Their Partner During the Process of Separation},
  author={Brittany E. Hayes},
  journal={Journal of Family Violence},
The current study evaluates the impact of prior controlling behavior and physical abuse on indirect abuse during the process of separation. The sample includes women in the New York City family court system from 2002 to 2005 who had at least one child with the male she was obtaining an order of protection against. Stepwise logistic regression was used to determine the impact of prior physical abuse and controlling behavior on if the abusive partner told lies to the children, kept the children… CONTINUE READING

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