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Journal of interpersonal violence

Journal Volume: 20
Journal Issue: 4
Journal Year: 2005
Articles in SafetyLit: 23

Advances and future directions in the study of children's neurobiological responses to trauma and violence exposure

Beyond PTSD: an evolving relationship between trauma theory and family violence research

Combating child homicide: preventive policing for the new millennium

Contributions to the study of violence and trauma: multisystemic therapy, exposure therapy, attachment styles, and therapy process research

Culture and interpersonal violence research: paradigm shift to create a full continuum of domestic violence services

Does childhood sexual abuse set in motion a cycle of violence against women? What we know and what we need to learn

Does Childhood Sexual Abuse Set in Motion a Cycle of Violence Against Women?: What We Know and What We Need to Learn

Domestic violence research: what have we learned and where do we go from here?

Improving violence intervention outcomes by integrating alcohol treatment

Intimate Partner Violence and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms in Women

Intimate Partner Violence and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms in Women: What We Know and Need to Know

Intimate partner violence in the U.S. general population: progress and future directions

Intimate partner violence research in the health care setting: what are appropriate and feasible methodological standards?

Measuring Intimate Partner Violence (IPV): You May Only Get What You Ask For

Nature-nurture interplay: genetically informative designs contribute to understanding the effects of trauma and interpersonal violence

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): What We Have Learned and What We Still Have Not Found Out

Refocusing on Women: A New Direction for Policy and Research on Intimate Partner Violence

The discovery of acquaintance rape: the salience of methodological innovation and rigor

Trauma and violence research: taking stock in the 21st century

Twenty years of progress in addressing domestic violence: an agenda for the next 10

Twenty Years of Progress in the Study of Trauma

Violence and trauma: the past 20 and next 10 years

Youth violence in everyday life