Journal of Family Violence
The journal focuses on investigations utilizing group comparisons and single-case experimental strategies. It features case studies of special clinical relevance or that describe innovative evaluation and intervention techniques, reviews, and theoretical discussions that substantially contribute to understanding of family violence.
This interdisciplinary forum presents information on clinical and investigative efforts concerning all forms of family violence and its precursors, including spouse-battering, child abuse, sexual abuse of children, incest, abuse of the elderly, marital rape, domestic homicide, the alcoholic marriage, and general family conflict.
The journal publishes clinical and research reports spanning a broad range of disciplines, including clinical and counseling psychology, sociology, psychiatry, public health, criminology, law, marital counseling, and social work.
- 29 Volumes
- 158 Issues
- 1,214 Articles
- 10 Open Access
- 1986 - 2014 Available between
Characteristics of Abusive Families
Sharon Mailloux (November 2014)
Prevention and Interventions for Victims of Child Abuse
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