Faculty mentor: Patricia Kerig
Dating violence is a national public health issue that has garnered increased attention in the empirical literature as a predictor of harmful short- and long-term outcomes among adolescents. To date, intervention programs aimed at preventing and mitigating adolescent dating violence (ADV) have been hindered by a relatively limited empirical understanding of the specific factors that may serve as precursors for various forms of ADV perpetration during adolescence.
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