BOOKS AND ARTICLES ON PHYSICAL,

EMOTIONAL, AND VERBAL ABUSE

Oldies But Goodies: Dissertation References

Abroms, G. (1978). The place of values in psychotherapy. Journal of Marriage and Family Counseling, 4(4), 3-17.

Adams, D. (1988). Treatment models of men who batter: A profeminist analysis. In K. Yllö & M. Bograd (Eds.), Feminist perspectives on wife abuse (pp. 176-199), Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Aldarondo, E., & Straus, M. (1994). Screening for physical violence in couple therapy: Methological, practical, and ethical considerations. Family Process, 33, 425-439.

Anderson, H., & Goolishian, H. (1988). Human systems as linguistic systems: Preliminary and evolving ideas about the implications for clinical theory. Family Process, 27, 371-393.

Anderson, H., Goolishian, H., Pulliam, G., & Winderman, L. (1986). The Galveston Family Institute: Some personal and historical perspectives. In D. Efron (Ed.), Journeys: Expansions of the strategic and systemic therapies (pp. 97-122). New York: Brunner Mazel.

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Atkinson, B., Heath, A., & Chenail, R. (1991). Qualitative research and the legitimization of knowledge. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 17, 161-166.

Atkinson, P. (1992). Understanding ethnographic texts: Qualitative research methods series 25. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Atkisson, A. (1994, September/October). What makes love last?: Psychologists at the University of Seattle’s “Love Lab” are using science to uncover the real reason why marriages succeed or fail. New Age JournalOnline.

Avis, J. M. (1992). Where are all the family therapists? Abuse and violence within families and family therapy’s response. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 18, 225-232.

Aponte, H. J. (1985). The negotiation of values in therapy. Family Process, 24, 323-338.

Balcom, D. (1996). The interpersonal dynamics and treatment of dual trauma couples. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 22, 431-442.

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Barden, J. C. (1977a, June 12). Fifty-nine battered wives join suit against New York Police and courts. New York Times.

Barden, J. C. (1977b, August 6). Twelve wives lose suit on court handling of beatings. New York Times.

Barnett, D., Manly, J. T., & Cicchetti, D. (1991). Continuing toward an operational definition of psychological maltreatment. Development and Psychopathology, 3, 19-29.

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Berman, P. S. (1993). Impact of abusive marital relationships on children. In M. Hansen & M. Harway (Eds.), Battering and family therapy: A feminist perspective (pp. 134-146). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Bobele, M. (1987). Therapeutic interventions in life-threatening situations. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 13, 225-239.

Bograd, M. (1988). Feminist perspectives on wife abuse: An introduction. In K. Yllö & M. Bograd (Eds.), Feminist perspectives on wife abuse (pp. 11-26). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Boscolo, L., Cecchin, G., Hoffman, L., & Penn, P. (1987). Milan systemic family therapy: Conversations in theory and practice. New York: Basic Books.

Bowker, L. H., Arbitell, M., & McFerron, J. R. (1988). On the relationship between wife beating and child abuse. In K. Yllö & M. Bograd (Eds.), Feminist perspectives on wife abuse (pp. 158-174). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Brassard, M., Hart, S., & Hardy, D. (1993). The psychological maltreatment rating scales. Child Abuse and Neglect, 17, 715-729.

Brendler, J., Silver, M., Haber, M., & Sargent, J. (1991). Madness, chaos, and violence: Therapy with families at the brink. USA: Basic Books.

Burman, B., Margolin, G., & John, R. S. (1993). America’s angriest home videos: Behavioral contingencies observed in home reenactments of marital conflicts. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 61, 28-39.

Caesar P. L.  & Hamberger, L. K.  (1989). Treating men who batter: Theory, practice, and programs. New York: Springer.

Cahn, D. D. (Ed.). (1990). Intimates in conflict: A communication perspective. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Cahn, D. D. (1996). Family violence from a communication perspective. In D. D. Cahn & S. A. Lloyd (Eds.), Family violence from a communication perspective (pp. 1-19). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage

Carey, C. M., & Mongeau, P. A. (1996). Communication and violence in courtship relationships. In D. D. Cahn & S. A. Lloyd (Eds.), Family violence from a communication perspective (pp. 127-150). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Carlson, B. E. (1996). Children of battered women: Research, programs, and services. In A. R. Roberts (Ed.), Helping battered women: New perspectives and remedies (pp. 172-187). New York: Oxford University.

Carlson, B. E., & McNutt, L. (1998). Intimate partner violence: Intervention in primary health care settings. In A. R. Roberts (Ed.), Battered Women and their Families (230-270). New York: Springer.

Carter, J. (1994, Spring). The contagiousness of verbal abuse. Mothering, 108-110

Ciabattari, J. (1997, May 18). Parade’s special intelligence report: Could a new computer program have saved Nicole Brown Simpson? The Herald, Parade, p. 14.

Cirillo, S., & DiBlasio, P. (1989). Families that abuse: Diagnosis and therapy (J. Neugroschel, Trans.). New York: Norton.

Cole, P. M. (1994). Finding a path through the research maze. The Qualitative Report, 2(1), 14-18.

Coleman, D. H., & Straus, M. A. (1990). Marital power, conflict, and violence in a nationally representative sample of American couples. In M. A. Straus & R. J. Gelles (Eds.), Physical violence in American families: Risk factors and adaptations to violence in 8,145 families (pp. 287-304). New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers.

Coleman, K. H. (1980). Conjugal violence: What 33 men report. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 6, 207-213.

Coleman, V. E. (1996). Lesbian battering: The relationship between personality and the perpetration of violence. In L. K. Hamberger & C. Renzetti (Eds.), Domestic partner abuse (pp. 77-101). New York: Springer.

Collins, J. D. (1977). Experimental evaluation of a six-month conjugal therapy and relationship enhancement program. In B. G. Guerney, Jr. (Ed.), Relationship enhancement (pp.192-226). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

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Cummings, E. M., & Davies, P. (1994). Children and marital conflict. New York: Guilford.

Cook, D. R., & Franz-Cook, A. (1984). A systemic approach to wife batteriang. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 10, 83-94.

Cox, H. C. (1994). Excising verbal abuse. Today’s O.R. Nurse, 16(1), 38-42.

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Denzin, N. K., & Lincoln, Y. S. (1994). Introduction: entering the field of qualitative research. In N. K.Denzin & Y. S. Lincoln (Eds.), Handbook of qualitative research (pp. 1-17). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

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de Shazer, S. & Berg, I. K. (1992). Doing therapy: A post structural re-vision. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 18, 71-81.

Dibble, U., & Straus, M. A. (1990). Some social structure determinants of inconsistency between attitudes and behavior: The case of family violence. In M. A. Straus & R. J. Gelles (Eds.), Physical violence in American families: Risk factors and adaptations to violence in 8,145 families (pp. 167-180). New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers.

Doan, R., Gutsche, S., & Hatfield, P. (1992). Overlapping conversations about men, women, power, and violence: A conference experience. Journal of Strategic and Systemic Therapies, 11(3), 20-30.

Dobash, R. E., & Dobash, R. P. (1988). Research as social action: The struggle for battered women. In K. Yllö & M. Bograd (Eds.), Feminist perspectives on wife abuse (pp. 51-74). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Donmoyer, R. (1990). Generalizability and the single-case study. In E. W. Eisner & A. Peshkin (Eds.), Qualitative inquiry in education: The conitnuing debate (pp. 175-200). New York: Teachers College Press.

Duncan, B. L., Hubble, M. A., & Miller, S. D. (1997). Psychotherapy with “impossible” cases: The efficient treatment of therapy veterans. New York: Norton.

Dutton, D. G. (1995a). The batterer. New York: Basic Books.

Dutton, D. G. (1995b). Trauma symptoms and PTSD profiles in perpetrators of abuse. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 8(2), 181-191.

Dutton, D. G. (1996). Patriarchy and wife assault: The ecological fallacy. In L. K. Hamberger & C. Renzetti (Eds.), Domestic partner abuse (pp. 125-151). New York: Springer.

Dutton, M. A. (1992). Empowering and healing the battered woman. New York: Springer.

Edleson, J. L. (1990). Judging the success of interventions with men who batter. D. J. Besharov (Ed.), Family violence: Research and public policy issues (pp. 130-145). Washington, DC: AEI.

Efran, J. S., Lukens, R. J., & Lukens, M. D. (1988). Constructivism: What’s in it for you? The Family Therapy Networker, 12(5), 27-35.

Eisner, E., & Peshkin, A. (1990). Qualitative inquiry in education: The continuing debate. New York: Teachers College Press.

Epstein, E. S., & Loos, V. E. (1989). Some irreverent thoughts on the limits of family therapy: Toward a language-based explanation of human systems. Journal of Family Psychology, 2, 405-421.

Evans, P. (1996). The verbally abusive relationship: How to recognize it and how to respond (2nd ed.). Holbrook, MA: Adams Media Corp.

Fagan, J. (1990). Contributions of research to criminal justice policy on wife assault. In D. J. Besharov (Ed.), Family violence: Research and public policy issues (pp. 53-81). Washington, DC: AEI.

Fagan, J., & Shepherd, I. L. (1970). Gestalt therapy now. New York: Harper: Colophon.

Feazell, C. S., Mayers, R. S., & Descher, J. (1984). Services for men who batter: Implications for programs and policies. Family Relations, 33, 217-223.

Feld, S. L., & Straus, M. A. (1990). Escalation and desistance from wife assault in marriage. In M. A. Straus & R. J. Gelles (Eds.), Physical violence in American families: Risk factors and adaptations to violence in 8,145 families (pp. 489-505). New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers.

Fine, M. (1994). Working the hyphens: Reinventing self and other in qualitative research. In N. K. Denzin & Y. S. Lincoln (Eds.), Handbook of qualitative research (pp. 70-82). Thousand Oaks, CA.: Sage.

Finkelhor, D. (1983). Common features of family abuse. In D. Finkelhor, R. J. Gelles, G. T. Hotaling, & M. A. Straus (Eds.), The dark side of families: Current family violence research (pp. 17-30). Beverly Hills: Sage.

Firestone, W. A., & Dawson, J. A. (1988). Approaches to qualitative data analysis: Intuitive, procedural, and intersubjective. In D. M. Fetterman (Ed.), Qualitative approaches to evaluation in education: The silent scientific revolution (pp. 209-221). New York: Praeger.

Flaskas, C., & Humphreys, C. (1993). Theorizing about power: Intersecting the ideas of Foucault with the “problem” of power in family therapy. Family Process, 32, 35-47.

Fisch, R., Weakland, J. H. & Segal, L. (1982). The tactics of change: Doing therapy briefly. San Franscisco: Jossey-Bass.

Flemons, D. G. (1989). An ecosystemic view of family violence. Family Therapy, 16, 1-10.

Gage, R. B. (1988). An analysis of relational control patterns in abusive couples. Dissertation Abstracts International, 49, 5019. (Pro Quest Digital Dissertations #AAT 8811539)

Garbarino, J. (1995). Raising children in a socially toxic environment. San-Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Garbarino, J., Dubrow, N., Kostelny, K., & Pardo, C. (1992). Children in danger: Coping with the consequences of community violence. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Garbarino, J., & Gilliam, G. (1980). Understanding abusive families. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

Garbarino, J., Guttmann, E., & Seeley, J. W. (1986). The psychologically battered child: Strategies for identification, assessment, and intervention. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Gardiner, S., & McGrath, F. (1995). Wife assault: A systemic approach that minimizes risk and maximizes responsibility. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 14, 20-32.

Geffner, R., Mantooth, C., Franks, D., & Rao, L. (1989). A psychoeducational, conjoint therapy approach to reducing family violence. In P. L. Caesar & L. K. Hamberger (Eds.), Treating men who batter: Theory, practice, and programs (pp. 103-133), New York: Springer.

Geffner, R., & Robbie Rossman, B. B. (1998). Emotional abuse: An emerging field of research and intervention. Journal of Emotional Abuse, 1, 1-5

Geller, J. A., & Wasserstrom, J. (1984). Conjoint therapy for the treatment of domestic violence. In A. R. Roberts (Ed.), Battered women and their families: Intervention strategies and treatment programs (pp. 33-48), New York: Springer.

Gelles, R. J. (1987). The violent home. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Gelles, R., & Maynard, P. (1987). A structural family systems approach to intervention in cases of family violence. Family Relations, 36, 270-275.

Gelles, R. J., & Straus, M. A. (1988). Intimate violence. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Gelles, R. J., & Straus, M. A. (1990). The medical and psychological costs of family violence. In M. A. Straus & R. J. Gelles (Eds.), Physical violence in American families: Risk factors and adaptations to violence in 8,145 families (pp. 425-430). New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers.

Goldner, V. (1991). Feminism and systemic practice: Two critical traditions in transition. Journal of Family Therapy, 13, 95-104.

Goldner, V., Penn, P., Sheinberg, M., & Walker, G. (1990). Love and violence: Gender paradoxes in volatile attachments. Family Process, 29, 343-364.

Gondolf, E. W. (1993). Treating the batterer. In M. Hansen & M. Harway (Eds.), Battering and family therapy: A feminist perspective (pp. 105-118),  Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Gondolf, E. W., & Hanneken, J. (1987). The gender warrior: Reformed batterers on abuse, treatment and change. Journal of Family Violence, 2, 177-191.

Gottman, J. (1994). The divorce debate: Why marriages fail. The Family Therapy Networker, 18(3), 41-48.

Gottman, J. M. (1999). The seven principles for making marriage work. New York: Crown.

Gottman, J. M., Jacobson, N. S., Rushe, R. H., Short, J. W., Babcock, J., La Taillade, J. J., & Waltz, J. (1995). The relationship between heart rate activity, emotionally aggressive behavior and general violence in batterers. Journal of Family Psychology, 9, 227-248.

Graham-Bermann, S. A., & Levendosky, A. A. (1998). The social functioning of preschool-age children whose mothers are emotionally and physically abused. Journal of emotional abuse, 1, 59-84.

Guerney, B. G., Jr. (1977). Relationship enhancement. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Guerney, B. G., Waldo, M., & Firestone, L. (1987). Wife-battering: A theoretical construct and case report. American Journal of Family Therapy, 15, 34-43.

Gutsche, S., Doan, R., & Hatfield, P. (1992). Post-conference conversations about men, women, power and violence. Journal of Strategic and Systemic Therapies, 11(3), 31-45.

Hallifax, J. (1997, October 2). Agency heads say domestic violence policy is working. The Herald, p. 5B.

Hamberger, L. K., & Potente, T. (1996). Counseling heterosexual women arrested for domestic violence: Implications for theory and practice. In L. K. Hamberger & C. Renzetti (Eds.), Domestic partner abuse (pp. 53-75). New York: Springer.

Hansen, M. (1993). Feminism and family therapy: A review of feminist critiques of approaches to family violence. In M. Hansen & M. Harway (Eds.), Battering and family therapy: A feminist perspective (pp. 69-81). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Hansen, M., & Goldenberg, I. (1993). Conjoint therapy with violent couples: Some valid considerations. In M. Hansen & M. Harway (Eds.), Battering and family therapy: A feminist perspective (pp. 82-92). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Hansen, M., & Harway, M. (Eds.). (1993). Battering and family therapy: A feminist perspective. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Harris, M. B. (1993). How provoking! What makes men and women angry? Aggressive Behavior, 19, 199-211.

Hart, B. (1988). Beyond the “Duty to warn”: A therapist’s “Duty to protect” battered women and children. In K. Yllö & M. Bograd (Eds.), Feminist perspectives on wife abuse (pp. 234-248). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Hart, B. J. (1993). The legal road to freedom. In M. Hansen & M. Harway (Eds.), Battering and family therapy: A feminist perspective (pp. 13-28),  Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Hart, S. N., Binggeli, N. J., Brassard, M. R. (1998). Evidence for the effects of psychological maltreatment. Journal of Emotional Abuse, 1, 27-58.

Harway, M., & Hansen, M. (1993). Therapist perceptions of family violence. In M. Hansen & M. Harway (Eds.), Battering and family therapy: A feminist perspective (pp. 42-53). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Hedges, L. E. (1998). Prevention of false accusations against psychotherapists. The Forensic Examiner, 7(9, 10), 18-20.

Herrenkohl, E. C., Herrenkohl, R. C., & Toedter, L. J. (1983). Perspectives on the intergenerational transmission of abuse. In D. Finkelhor, R. J. Gelles, G. T. Hotaling, & M. A. Straus (Eds.), The dark side of families: Current family violence research (pp. 305-316). Beverly Hills: Sage.

Herzberger, S. D. (1983). Social cognition and the transmission of abuse. In D. Finkelhor, R. J. Gelles, G. T. Hotaling, & M. A. Straus (Eds.), The dark side of families: Current family violence research (pp. 317-329). Beverly Hills: Sage.

Hoffman, L. (1988). A constructivist position for family therapy.  The Irish Journal of Psychology, 9, 110-129.

Hoffman, P. (1984). Psychological abuse of women by spouses and live-in lovers. Women and Therapy, 3(1), 37-47.

Hotaling, G. T., Straus, M. A., & Lincoln, A. J. (1990). Intrafamily violence and crime and violence outside the family. In M. A. Straus & R. J. Gelles (Eds.), Physical violence in American families: Risk factors and adaptations to violence in 8,145 families (pp. 431-470). New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers.

Infante, D. A., Chandler, T. A., & Rudd, J. E. (1989). Test of an argumentative skill deficiency model of interspousal violence. Communication Monographs, 56, 163-176.

Infante, D. A., Riddle, B. L., Horvath, C. L., & Tumlin, S. A. (1992). Verbal aggressiveness: Messages and reasons. Communication Quarterly, 40, 116-126.

Infante, D. A., Sabourin, T. C., Rudd, J. E., & Shannon, E. A. (1990). Verbal aggression in violent and nonviolent marital disputes. Communication Quarterly, 38, 361-371.

Jacobson, N. S. (1994b). Rewards and dangers in researching domestic violence. Family Process, 33, 81-85.

Jenkins, A. (1990). Invitations to responsibility: The therapeutic engagement of men who are violent and abusive. Adelaide, South Australia: Dulwich Centre.

Jory, B., Anderson, D., & Greer, C. (1997). Intimate justice: confronting issues of accountability, respect, and freedom in treatment for abuse and violence. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 23, 399-419.

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Kagan, J. (1998). Three seductive ideas. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Kagan, R., & Schlosberg, S. (1989). Families in perpetual crisis. New York: Norton.

Kalmuss, D. S., & Straus, M. A. (1990). Wife’s marital dependency and wife abuse. In M. A. Straus & R. J. Gelles (Eds.), Physical violence in American families: Risk factors and adaptations to violence in 8,145 families (pp. 369-382). New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers.

Kaufman, Jr., G. (1992). The mysterious disappearance of battered women in family therapists’ offices: Male privilege colluding with male violence. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 18, 233-243.

Kaufman, J., & Zigler, E. (1993). The intergenerational transmission of abuse is overstated. In R. J. Gelles & D. R. Loseke (Eds.), Current controversies on family violence (pp. 209-221). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Kempe, C. H., Silverman, S. N., Stelle, B. F., Droegemeuller, W., & Silver, H. K. (1962). The battered child syndrome. Journal of the American Medical Association, 181, 17-24.

Kirkwood, C. (1993). Leaving abusive partners. London: Sage.

Lane, G., & Russell, T. (1989). Second-order systemic work with violent couples. In. P. L. Caesar & L. K. Hamberger (Eds.), Treating men who batter: Theory, practice, and programs (pp. 134-162). New York: Springer.

Larson, D. B. (1988). The couch and the cloth: The need for linkage. Hospital and community psychiatry, 39, 1064-1069.

Leeder, E. (1994). Treating abuse in families: A feminist and community approach. New York: Springer.

Letellier, P. (1996). Gay and bisexual male domestic violence victimization. In L. K. Hamberger & C. Renzetti (Eds.), Domestic partner abuse (pp. 1-21), New York: Springer.

Liss, M. B., & Stahly, G. B. (1993). Domestic violence and child custody. In M. Hansen & M. Harway (Eds.), Battering and family therapy: A feminist perspective (pp. 175-187). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Lloyd, S. A. (1990). Asking the right questions about the future of marital violence research. In D. J. Besharov (Ed.), Family violence: Research and public policy issues (pp.93-107). Washington, DC: AEI.

Loring, M. T. L., & Myers, D. L. (1994). Differentiating emotional abuse. In M. T. Loring (Ed.), Emotional abuse (pp. 15-24). San Franscisco:Jossey-Bass.

Lorion, R. P., & Saltzman, W. (1993). Children’s exposure to community violence: Following a path from concern to research to action. In D. Reiss, J. E. Richters, M. Radke-Yarrow, & D. Scharff (Eds.), Children and violence (pp. 55-65). New York: Guilford.

Madanes, C. (1995). The violence of men: New techniques for working with abusive families: A therapy of social action. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Magill, J. (1989). Family therapy: An approach to the treatment of wife assault. In B. Pressman, G. Cameron, & M. Rothery, (Eds.). Intervening with assaulted women: Current theory, research, and practice (pp. 47-55). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Marcus, N. (1998, March 15). Doing the right thing: A lawyer hustled to protect a battered woman. Now she’s in trouble for it. The Sun-Sentinel, pp. 1D, 2D.

Margolin, G. (1979). Conjoint marital therapy to enhance anger management and reduce spouse abuse. The American Journal of Family Therapy, 7, 13-23.

Margolin, G., John, R. S., Ghosh, C. M., & Gordis, E. B. (1996). Family interaction process: An essential tool for exploring abusive relations. In D. D. Cahn & S. A. Lloyd (Eds.), Family violence from a communication perspective (pp. 37-58). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage

Marshall, L. L. (1994). Physical and psychological abuse. In W. R. Cupach & B. H. Spitzberg (Eds.), The dark side of interpersonal communication (pp. 281-311). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Martin, D. (1985). Domestic violence: A sociological perspective. In D. J. Sonkin, D. Martin, & L. E. A. Walker (Eds.), The male batterer (pp. 1-32). New York: Springer.

Martinez, P., & Richters, J. E. (1993). The NIMH Community Violence Project: II. Children’s distress symptoms assoicated with violence exposure. In D. Reiss, J. E. Richters, M. Radke-Yarrow, & D. Scharff (Eds.), Children and Violence (pp. 22-35). New York: Guilford.

McHugh, M. (1993). Studying battered women and batterers: Feminist perspectives on methodology. In M. Hansen & M. Harway (Eds.), Battering and family therapy: A feminist perspective (pp. 54-68).). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

McMahon, M, & Pence, E. (1996). Replying to Dan O’Leary. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 11, 452-455.

Medical Education Group Learning Systems (MEGLS) (March, 1997). Domestic violence: 1 hour: An interactive program designed to satisfy the mandatory domestic violence educational requirement for license renewal and initial licensure, approved by the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling for all licensed professionals. (Available from MEGLS, 1833 Boulevard Suite 609, Jacksonville, FL 32206)

Meth, R. L. (1992). Marriage and family therapists working with family violence: Strained bedfellows or compatible partners?: A Commentary on Avis, Kaufman, and Bograd. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 18, 257-261.

Minuchin, S. (1993). Family healing: Tales of hope and renewal from family therapy. New York: Free Press.

Murphy, C. M., & O’Leary, K. D. (1989). Psychological aggression predicts physical aggression in early marriage. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 57, 579-582.

Neidig, P. H., & Friedman, D. H. (1984). Spouse abuse: A treatment program for couples. Champaign, IL: Research Press.

Newton, D. A., Burgoon, J. K. (1990). Nonverbal conflict behaviors: Functions, strategies, and tactics. In D. D. Cahn (Ed.), Intimates in conflict: A communication perspective (pp. 77-104). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Ney, P. G. (1987). Does verbal abuse leave deeper scars: A study of children and parents. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 32, 371-378.

Ney, P. G. (1992). Transgenerational triangles of abuse: A model of family violence. In E. C. Viano (Ed.), Intimate violence: Interdisciplinary perspectives (pp. 15-26). Washington, DC: Hemisphere.

NiCarthy, G., Gottlieb, N., & Coffman, S. (1993). You don’t have to take it!: A woman’s guide to confronting emotional abuse at work. Seattle: Seal.

O’Keefe, M. (1994). Linking marital violence, mother-child/father-child aggression, and child behavior problems. Journal of Family Violence, 9, 63.

Osofsky, J. D., Wewers, S., Hann, D. M., & Fick, A. C. (1993). Chronic community violence: What is happening to our children: In D. Reiss, J. E. Richters, M. Radke-Yarrow, & D. Scharff (Eds.), Children and Violence (pp. 36-45). New York: Guilford.

Pearlman, L. A. (1998). Trauma and the self: A theoretical and clinical perspective. Journal of Emotional Abuse, 1, 7-25

Pence, E., & Shepard, M. (1988). Integrating feminist theory and practice: The challenge of the battered women’s movement. In K. Yllö & M. Bograd (Eds.), Feminist perspectives on wife abuse (pp. 282-298). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Pillari, V. (1991). Scapegoating in families: Intergenerational patterns of physical and emotional abuse. New York: Brunner Mazel.

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