Rates of Victimization of Violence Committed by Relatives With Psychiatric Disorders

@article{Labrum2017RatesOV,
  title={Rates of Victimization of Violence Committed by Relatives With Psychiatric Disorders},
  author={Travis Labrum and Phyllis L. Solomon},
  journal={Journal of Interpersonal Violence},
  year={2017},
  volume={32},
  pages={2955 - 2974}
}
Persons with psychiatric disorders are at an increased risk of committing violence, with approximately half of all violence being perpetrated against family members. However, family violence perpetrated by persons with psychiatric disorders is a highly under-researched area, so much so that it is impossible to even approximately estimate the extent of the problem. This article presents the results of a national online survey of 573 adults with an adult relative with psychiatric disorders… 
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