IPV - Adolescent Psychosocial Risk Factors for Severe...

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Adolescent Psychosocial Risk  Factors for Severe Intimate  Partner Violence in Young  Adulthood By:  Danielle Keenan-Miller         Constance Hammen                   Patricia Brennan
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Background of the Authors Danielle Keenan-Miller Department of Psychology at University of  California Constance Hammen Department of Psychology at University of  California Patricia Brennan Department of Psychology at Emory  University
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Key Points Antisocial personality is the most common risk  factor for IPV. Both as the perpetrator and the victim A youth’s own depression is the most important  factor in predicting IPV victimization. Women who have a history of maternal  depression are at a higher risk than men of  becoming the perpetrator in a severe violence  case.
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Key Points (Continued) Women are just as likely, if not more likely, 
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