Psychological Resources, Coping Strategies, and Negotiation Styles as Discriminators of Violence in Dating RelationshipsDating relationships are examined for a representative sample of randomly selected college freshmen. Comparisons of self-esteem, mastery, use of coping strategies, and preference of negotiation styles are made between individuals currently in violent and nonviolent dating relationships.
Gloria W. Bird, Sandra M. Stith, and Joann Schladale
|Date Added||May 10, 2017|
|Date Modifed||May 10, 2017|
|Collection||Women's Center archive, University of Virginia|
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