Affiliation: University of Central Lancashire
- Physical aggression and control in heterosexual relationships: the effect of samplingNicola Graham-Kevan
Department of Psychology, University of Central Lancashire, Preshon Lancashire, United Kingdom
Violence Vict 18:181-96. 2003..The DFA produced two significant functions which together correctly classified 75% of cases. These results support the view that there are distinct patterns of aggressive relationships corresponding to those identified by Johnson (1995)...
- Investigating violence and control dyadically in a help-seeking sample from MozambiqueNicola Graham-Kevan
School of Psychology, University of Central Lancashire and School of Psychology, Mid Sweden University, Sundsvall, Sweden
ScientificWorldJournal 2012:590973. 2012..Findings suggest that help-seeking women's experiences of intimate violence may be diverse, with their roles ranging from victim to perpetrator...
- Intimate terrorism and common couple violence. A test of Johnson's predictions in four British samplesNicola Graham-Kevan
Department of Psychology, University of Central Lancashire, UK
J Interpers Violence 18:1247-70. 2003..Cluster analysis was employed to categorize relationships as either intimate terrorism or common couple violence. Frequency analysis showed broad support for Johnson's findings...
- Development and confirmatory factor analysis of the non-violent and violent offending behavior scale (NVOBS)Abigail J V Thornton
School of Psychology, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, United Kingdom
Aggress Behav 39:171-81. 2013..The importance of examining the psychometric properties of scales, and confirming the category groupings using CFA of the items is outlined...
- Prevalence of women's violent and nonviolent offending behavior: a comparison of self-reports, victims' reports, and third-party reportsAbigail J V Thornton
School of Psychology, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK
J Interpers Violence 27:1399-427. 2012..Overall, the prevalence data demonstrated women's involvement in all types of offending, and a similar pattern of offending was supported across data sources. Limitations of the sampling method and measures are discussed...
- Understanding the nature and etiology of intimate partner violence and implications for practice and policyLouise Dixon
Centre for Forensic and Criminological Psychology, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT, UK
Clin Psychol Rev 31:1145-55. 2011..Implications of the evidence for multidisciplinary work, prevention, assessment, treatment, and policy related to intimate partner violence are discussed...
- Adaptive and maladaptive personality traits as predictors of violent and nonviolent offending behavior in men and womenAbigail J Varley Thornton
School of Psychology, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, Lancashire, United Kingdom
Aggress Behav 36:177-86. 2010....