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Psychological Abuse in Violent Domestic Relations

K. Daniel O'Leary (editor) Roland D. Maiuro (editor)

ISBN: 9780826111463

Publication Date: Jan 2004

Format: Paperback

Addresses the importance of measuring psychological abuse and shows that psychological aggression can be reliably measured. Part I identifies measurement issues and contains several scales and inventories for measuring psychological maltreatment. Part II discusses the interpersonal dynamics with specific populations, including battered women, low-income women, and African American women. This remains an important resource in the field of domestic violence.
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This volume addresses the importance of measuring psychological abuse and shows that psychological aggression can be reliably measured. Part I identifies measurement issues and contains several scales and inventories for measuring psychological maltreatment. Part II discusses the interpersonal dynamics with specific populations, including battered women, low-income women, and African American women. This remains an important resource in the field of domestic violence.
Pages 252
Date Published 30 Jan 2004
Publisher Springer Publishing Company
Subject/s Violence in society   Family psychology   Mental health services   Sociology: family & relationships   Criminal or forensic psychology  

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