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Fass, D. F., Benson, R. I., and Leggett, D. G. (2008). Assessing prevalence and awareness of violent behaviors in the intimate partner relationships of college students using internet sampling. Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 22 (4), 66 - 75.
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Gondolf, E. W. and Deemer, C. (2004). Phoning logistics in a longitudinal follow-up of batterers and their partners. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (7), 747 - 765.
Graham-Kevan, N. and Archer, J. (2003). Intimate terrorism and common couple violence: A test of Johnson's predictions in four British samples. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18 (11), 1247 - 1270.
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Sexual Violence Publications
Campbell, R., Patterson, D., and Bybee, D. (2011). Using mixed methods to evaluate a community intervention for sexual assault survivors: A methodological tale. Violence Against Women, 17 (3): 376-388.