Violence, Separation, and Loss in the Families of Origin of Domestically Violent Men

@article{Corvo2005ViolenceSA,
  title={Violence, Separation, and Loss in the Families of Origin of Domestically Violent Men},
  author={K. Corvo},
  journal={Journal of Family Violence},
  year={2005},
  volume={21},
  pages={117-125}
}
  • K. Corvo
  • Published 2005
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Family Violence
  • The intergenerational transmission of domestic violence is most commonly studied from the perspective of social learning theory, with the consequence that variables external to that perspective are often overlooked. This study was undertaken in an effort to broaden the theoretical basis of intergenerational transmission of domestic violence by assessing if incorporating variables from attachment theory (measures of separation and loss) with exposure to violence in family of origin would… CONTINUE READING
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