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us: Intimate partner violence


  • Here are entered works on abuse that occurs between two people in a close relationship, including current and former spouses, and dating partners.
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    • us: IPV (Intimate partner violence)
    • us: Partner violence, Intimate
  • Broader Terms

    • us: Violence
  • Sources

    • found: Work cat.: Ramos, Maria Victoria. Intimate partner violence (IPV) training in APA-accredited clinical and counseling psychology doctoral programs, c2008.
    • found: CDC web site, Jan. 13, 2009: fact sheet (Intimate partner violence (IPV) is abuse that occurs between two people in a close relationship. The term "intimate partner" includes current and former spouses and dating partners. IPV exists along a continuum from a single episode of violence to ongoing battering)
    • found: Grier, Aleesha D. The impact of intimate partner violence on the sexual agency of women, c2007.
    • found: University of Hartford website, June 18, 2008 (Kathy McCloskey, associate professor at the Graduate Institute of Professional Psychology (GIPP), recently had an article, titled "Intimate Partner Violence," published in Volume One of the Encyclopedia of Psychology and Law, edited by Brian Cutler. The encyclopedia addresses research and practice at the interface of psychology and law, providing an authoritative and comprehensive A-to-Z list of topics in psychology and law of interest to students, scientists, and practitioners)
  • General Notes

    • Here are entered works on abuse that occurs between two people in a close relationship, including current and former spouses, and dating partners.
  • Change Notes

    • 2009-01-05: new
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