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Journal of interpersonal violence

Journal Volume: 19
Journal Issue: 11
Journal Year: 2004
Articles in SafetyLit: 18

A suggested research agenda on treatment-outcome research for female victims of violence

Beyond PTSD: mental health consequences of violence against women: a response to Briere and Jordan

Complexity of women's response to violence: response to Briere and Jordan

Intimate partner violence and physical health consequences: commentary on Plichta

Intimate partner violence and physical health consequences: policy and practice implications

Issues related to defining and measuring violence against women: response to Kilpatrick

Primary prevention of intimate partner violence for women's health: a response to Plichta

Primary Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence for Women's Health: A Response to Plichta

Researcher-advocate collaborations to end violence against women: toward liberating methodologies for action research

Researcher-Advocate Collaborations to End Violence Against Women: Toward Liberating Methodologies for Action Research

Toward a national research agenda on violence against women: continuing the dialogue on research and practice

Toward developing complex multivariate models for examining the intimate partner violence-physical health relationship: commentary on Plichta

Toward Developing Complex Multivariate Models for Examining the Intimate Partner Violence-Physical Health Relationship: Commentary on Plichta

Violence against women: outcome complexity and implications for assessment and treatment

Violence Against Women: Outcome Complexity and Implications for Assessment and Treatment

What is violence against women: defining and measuring the problem

What is violence against women? Defining and measuring the problem: a response to Dean Kilpatrick

What Is Violence Against Women? Defining and Measuring the Problem: A Response to Dean Kilpatrick