David L Snow
Affiliation: Yale University
- The role of coping and problem drinking in men's abuse of female partners: test of a path modelDavid L Snow
Department of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT 06511, USA
Violence Vict 21:267-85. 2006..Results are discussed in terms of their contribution to the identification of risk and protective factors for men's violent behavior toward intimate female partners and implications for developing intervention strategies...
- Community-level HIV prevention for persons with severe mental illness living in supportive housing programs: a pilot intervention studyKathleen J Sikkema
Division of Prevention and Community Research and The Consultation Center, Department of Psychiatry, Yale University, 389 Whitney Ave, New Haven, CT 06511, USA
J Prev Interv Community 33:121-35. 2007..The community-level intervention appeared to reduce the risk of HIV among persons with SMI living in SHPs, and supports the importance of conducting larger scale intervention trials...
- Does the inclusion criterion of women's aggression as opposed to their victimization result in samples that differ on key dimensions of intimate partner violence?Tami P Sullivan
Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT 06511, USA
Violence Against Women 16:84-98. 2010..Therefore, inclusion criterion based on physical aggression or victimization did not yield unique samples of "aggressors" and "victims."..
- Negotiating risk: knowledge and use of HIV prevention by persons with serious mental illness living in supportive housingBret Kloos
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Am J Community Psychol 36:357-72. 2005..The implications of these findings are discussed in terms of their relevance for implementing community-based HIV prevention for persons with SMI...
- The development of a theory of women's use of violence in intimate relationshipsSuzanne C Swan
University of South Carolina, Columbia, USA
Violence Against Women 12:1026-45. 2006..The cultural context of domestic violence for African American and Latina women is reviewed. This literature reinforces the need to place women's violence in a broader sociocultural context...
- The mediational role of relationship efficacy and resource utilization in the link between physical and psychological abuse and relationship terminationChitra Raghavan
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York, USA
Violence Against Women 11:65-88. 2005..Increased childhood abuse was associated with together status. Baseline psychological but not physical abuse predicted a longer term separated status thereby suggesting that the effects of psychological abuse may be enduring...
- A review of research on women's use of violence with male intimate partnersSuzanne C Swan
Department of Psychology, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 29208, USA
Violence Vict 23:301-14. 2008....
- An evaluation of the effects of INSIGHTS on the behavior of inner city primary school childrenSandra G McClowry
Steinhardt School of Education, Applied Psychology and Teaching and Learning, New York University, New York, USA
J Prim Prev 26:567-84. 2005..Replication with a longitudinal follow-up will be necessary to determine whether program effects persist...
- Women who use violence in intimate relationships: the role of anger, victimization, and symptoms of posttraumatic stress and depressionSuzanne C Swan
Department of Psychology and Women s Studies Program, University of South Carolina, Columbia 29208, USA
Violence Vict 20:267-85. 2005..Women with more symptoms of posttraumatic stress were also more likely to express anger outwardly towards others. Expressing anger outwardly toward others, in turn, predicted an increased likelihood of using aggression against partners...
- Patterns of substance use in early through late adolescenceKinga Zapert
University of Maryland, USA
Am J Community Psychol 30:835-52. 2002..Implications of the findings for future research and for identifying high-risk subgroups of adolescents for purposes of intervention based on timing and pattern of escalation are discussed...