Women’s Exposure to Psychological Abuse: Does That Experience Predict Mental Health Outcomes?

@article{Rogers2014WomensET,
  title={Women’s Exposure to Psychological Abuse: Does That Experience Predict Mental Health Outcomes?},
  author={M. J. Rogers and D. Follingstad},
  journal={Journal of Family Violence},
  year={2014},
  volume={29},
  pages={595-611}
}
Women’s experience with psychological abuse was examined as a predictor of symptoms and clinical levels of depression, anxiety, and somatization, as well as suicidal ideation and life functioning. A national sample of 361 women reporting themselves to be in a problematic or conflictual relationship completed an online survey assessing psychological abuse, pre-existing risk factors, risk factors related to exposure of psychological abuse and mental health indicators. The results indicated that… Expand
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