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Many think domestic violence is much more common than it is, researchers say. Men who physically abuse their partners overestimate how often such violence occurs, which helps them justify their own actions, according to a new study.
University of Washington researchers looked at 124 men enrolled in a larger study of treatment intervention for domestic violence. The men, who had committed violence against a partner in the previous 90 days, were asked to estimate the percentage of men who had ever engaged in seven forms of abuse: throwing something at a partner that could cause injury; pushing, grabbing or shoving a partner; slapping or hitting; choking; beating up a partner; threatening a partner with a gun; or forcing a partner to have sex against their will. Read More ...
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