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This study investigated the ways in which exposure to interparental conflict may affect adolescent dating relationships in a sample of adolescents ages 14 to 18 years. Boys exposed to greater parental discord were more likely to view aggression as justifiable in a romantic relationship, had more difficulty managing anger, and believed that aggressive behavior was more common in their peers' dating relationships. Each of these variables in turn linked witnessing interparental conflict to higher levels of verbal and physical aggression toward their own romantic partners. Interparental conflict was not related to girls' aggressive behavior.
These data support the value of targeting cognitive and emotional processes in prevention programs deed to reduce dating violence and suggest that such programs will be strengthened by focusing on peer influences as well.
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Abstract This study investigated the ways in which exposure to interparental conflict may affect adolescent dating relationships in a sample of adolescents ages 14 to 18 years. Comment in Gaining a better understanding of peer group contributions to dating aggression--implications for prevention and intervention programming: comment on kinsfogel and grych Leff S.
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