Exposure to family violence and attachment styles as predictors of dating violence perpetration among men and women: a mediational model.

@article{Lee2014ExposureTF,
  title={Exposure to family violence and attachment styles as predictors of dating violence perpetration among men and women: a mediational model.},
  author={Mary Lee and Marla Reese-Weber and Jeffrey H. Kahn},
  journal={Journal of interpersonal violence},
  year={2014},
  volume={29 1},
  pages={20-43}
}
This study examined a multiple mediator model explaining how sibling perpetration and one's attachment style mediate the relation between parent-to-child victimization and dating violence perpetration. A sample of undergraduate students (n = 392 women, n = 89 men) completed measures of the aforementioned variables on an Internet survey. For men, path analyses found no mediation; parent-to-child victimization had a direct association with dating violence perpetration, no association was found… CONTINUE READING

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