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Types of psychology dating violence

The aim of this study was to characterize young dating violent offenders (DVO), and to compare them to the general population and to young offenders with violent crimes directed against other victims.

Children do not learn to walk on their first attempt, they don't get toilet-trained overnight and all sorts of developmental milestones from tying their shoes to riding a bicycle to learning to read take practice, practice, practice. In fact, it is more difficult than many of these earlier tasks (many adults who managed to learn to read and tie their shoes never get very good at close relationships).

This instrumental study examines the psychometric properties of the Psychological Dating Violence Questionnaire (PDV-Q).

The scale was developed with the aim of evaluating subtle and overt psychological abuse among dating couples, and its possible bi-directionality in the implication as victim and as aggressor.

The results indicated a significant but low correlation between psychological and physical scales.

The PDV-Q joins dating and intimate violence instruments potentialities and tries to overcome their limitations.

El presente estudio ha tenido por objetivo la caracterización de los jóvenes delincuentes violentos en sus relaciones sentimentales (“DVO” en su acrónimo inglés) y su comparación tanto con el conjunto de la población como con otros delincuentes violentos jóvenes que han cometido delitos con otro tipo de víctimas.

Hemos empleado datos del estudio sobre desarrollo de conducta antisocial violenta con 262 jóvenes varones de entre 18 y 25 años de edad condenados por delitos violentos y encarcelados en la Región Oeste del Servicio de Prisiones y Libertad Vigilada de Suecia y hallado que los jóvenes delincuentes de tipo DVO se diferenciaban del resto de la población en todas las áreas objeto de estudio.

We define domestic violence as a pattern of abusive behavior in any relationship that is used by one partner to gain or maintain power and control over another intimate partner.