Correlates of dating violence among male and female heavy-drinking college students.

@article{Roudsari2009CorrelatesOD,
  title={Correlates of dating violence among male and female heavy-drinking college students.},
  author={Bahman Sayyar Roudsari and Matthew Michael Leahy and Scott T Walters},
  journal={Journal of interpersonal violence},
  year={2009},
  volume={24 11},
  pages={1892-905}
}
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the correlates for dating violence among heavy-drinking college students. METHOD Participants were at least 18 years old and reported at least one heavy-drinking episode in the past 2 weeks. RESULTS After covariate adjustment, estimated peak blood alcohol concentration during the past month was associated with higher victims' verbal-emotional abuse score, and perpetrators' verbal-emotional abuse and threatening abuse scores ( N = 280). In addition, being non-White was… CONTINUE READING

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