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Intimate Partner Violence on Campus: A Test of Social Learning Theory

  title={Intimate Partner Violence on Campus: A Test of Social Learning Theory},
  author={Keith J. Bell},
  • K. Bell
  • Published 7 August 2008
  • Medicine
Dissertation Chair: Dr. Rosemary Gido Dissertation Committee Members: Dr. Alida Merlo, Dr. Erika Frenzel, and Dr. Maureen McHugh 
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