The San Diego Navy experiment: an assessment of interventions for men who assault their wives.

  • F W Dunford
  • Published 2000 in Journal of consulting and clinical psychology

Abstract

Three different 12-month interventions for servicemen who had been substantiated as having physically assaulted their wives were used and the outcomes examined. The 861 couples of the study were randomly assigned to 4 groups: a men's group, a conjoint group, a rigorously monitored group, and a control group. Cognitive-behavioral interventions were… (More)

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@article{Dunford2000TheSD, title={The San Diego Navy experiment: an assessment of interventions for men who assault their wives.}, author={F W Dunford}, journal={Journal of consulting and clinical psychology}, year={2000}, volume={68 3}, pages={468-76} }