Assessing the Danger: Validation of Taiwan Intimate Partner Violence Danger Assessment.

Abstract

The Taiwan Intimate Partner Violence Danger Assessment (TIPVDA) is an IPV risk assessment instrument developed to assist front-line professionals with assessing victim's likelihood of experiencing lethal danger, and is also used to identify intervention strategies. The validation of TIPVDA with an independent sample of 543 female IPV victims in a program was examined in this study. The analysis results revealed the discriminant power of the TIPVDA. In addition, the area under the curve for the receiver operating characteristic curve analysis was strongly supportive of predictive effects of the TIPVDA. And the findings suggest that the TIPVDA had stronger predictive power for high dangerousness. Implications for future research and utilization of the TIPVDA are discussed.

DOI: 10.1177/0886260514553114

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@article{Wang2015AssessingTD, title={Assessing the Danger: Validation of Taiwan Intimate Partner Violence Danger Assessment.}, author={Pei-Ling Wang}, journal={Journal of interpersonal violence}, year={2015}, volume={30 14}, pages={2428-46} }