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  1. Dyadic Concordance Types Frequent Psychological Aggression (50th & 80th Percentile) by 6,002 Couples in 2ndNational Family Violence Survey Female Male 50th Percentile Couple Prevalence: 62% Couple Prevalence: 17% % Dyadic Concordance Types Type Straus, Murray A. (2014). Dyadic Concordance Types And Discordance In Three Partner Abuse Behaviors And Other Problematic Behavior By Male And Female Partners  In A National Sample Of  American Couples. Family Research Laboratory, University of New Hampshire. Durham, NH. (For sample description, see Gelles, R., & Straus, M. A. (1988). Intimate violence: The causes and consequences of abuse in the American family. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster.)

  2. Dyadic Types for Psychological Aggression As Reported By 481 University Students Prevalence Men: 11% Women: 9% % Male Respondents Female Respondents Hines, D. A., & Saudino, K. J. (2003). Gender Differences in Psychological, Physical, and Sexual Aggression Among College Students using the revised Conflict Tatics Scales. Violence & Victims, 18(2), 197-217.

  3. Dyadic Assault Types for Psychological Aggression As Reported By 5,219 Spanish High School Students Prevalence Men= 92% Women= 96% % Female Respondents Male Respondents Fernández-González, L., O’Leary, K. D., & Muñoz-Rivas, M. J. (2014). Age-Related Changes in Dating Aggression in Spanish High School Students. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 29(6), 1132-1152. doi: 10.1177/0886260513506057 dyOf Social Problems annual meeting, New York 8 August 2013. .

  4. Dyadic Types of Psychological Aggression By 202 Couples In First Year Of Marriage Prevalence 36% Prevalence and DTs based on of the partner who reported a greater frequency of psychological aggression Cut point for Psychological Aggression: 3 or more times in past year % Panuzio, J., & DiLillo, D. (2010). Physical, Psychological, and Sexual Intimate Partner Aggression Among Newlywed Couples: Longitudinal Prediction of Marital Satisfaction. Journal of Family Violence, 25(7), 689-699. doi: 10.1007/s10896-010-9328-2

  5. Dyadic Types for Any Psychological Aggression As Reported By 1,157 University Students Prevalence Short: 62% Full: 79% % Short Form Full Form Straus, M. A. and E. M. Douglas (2004). "A short form of the Revised Conflict Tactics Scales, and typologies for seventy and mutuality." Violence and Victims 19: 507-520.

  6. Dyadic Types for Severe Psychological Aggression As Reported By 1,157 University Students Prevalence Short: 7% Full: 17% % Short Form Full Form Straus, M. A. and E. M. Douglas (2004). "A short form of the Revised Conflict Tactics Scales, and typologies for seventy and mutuality." Violence and Victims 19: 507-520.

  7. Low income, adolescent girls (n = 155), ages 14–18. Volpe, Ellen M., Thomas L. Hardie, and Catherine Cerulli. 2012. "Associations among Depressive Symptoms, Dating Violence, and Relationship Power in Urban, Adolescent Girls." Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing:n/a-n/a.

  8. The Status and Characteristics of Couple Violence in China Juan Hou & Li Yu & Siu-Man Raymond Ting & Yee Tak Sze & Xiaoyi Fang 194 pairs of questionnaires were included for consideration Has data on mutual as reported by males and females, but DTs need to be figured out if possible

  9. Dyadic Types for Sexual Coercion As Reported By National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health Prevalence Couple: 11% % Female Respondents Hess, K. L., Javanbakht, M., Brown, J. M., Weiss, R. E., Hsu, P., & Gorbach, P. M. (2013). Intimate Partner Violence and Anal Intercourse In Young Adult Heterosexual Relationships. [Article]. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 45(1), 6-12. doi: 10.1363/4500613

  10. Dyadic Types For Sexual Coercion By 202 Couples In First Year Of Marriage Prevalence 55% Prevalence and DTs based on of the partner who reported a greater frequency of coercion % Panuzio, J., & DiLillo, D. (2010). Physical, Psychological, and Sexual Intimate Partner Aggression Among Newlywed Couples: Longitudinal Prediction of Marital Satisfaction. Journal of Family Violence, 25(7), 689-699. doi: 10.1007/s10896-010-9328-2

  11. Dyadic Concordance Types for Past Year Sexual Coercion Probability sample of 3,496 adults Age 18-64 In Six European Cities Couple Prevalence According to: Men: 23% Women: 19% % Male Respondents Female Respondents Costa, Diogo, Hatzidimitriadou, Eleni, Ioannidi-Kapolou, Elli, Lindert, Jutta, Soares, Joaquim, Sundin, Örjan, . . . Barros, Henrique. (2014). Intimate partner violence and health-related quality of life in European men and women: findings from the DOVE study. Quality of Life Research, 1-9. doi: 10.1007/s11136-014-0766-9

  12. Dyadic Concordance Types for Sexual Coercion, Lifetime Probability sample of 3,496 adults Age 18-64 In Six European Cities Couple Prevalence According to: Men: 14% Women: 11% % Male Respondents Female Respondents Costa, Diogo, Hatzidimitriadou, Eleni, Ioannidi-Kapolou, Elli, Lindert, Jutta, Soares, Joaquim, Sundin, Örjan, . . . Barros, Henrique. (2014). Intimate partner violence and health-related quality of life in European men and women: findings from the DOVE study. Quality of Life Research, 1-9. doi: 10.1007/s11136-014-0766-9

  13. Dyadic Assault Types for Sexual Coercion As Reported By 2016 Spanish High School Students Prevalence Men= 27% Women= 11% % Female Respondents Male Respondents Fernández-González, L., O’Leary, K. D., & Muñoz-Rivas, M. J. (2014). Age-Related Changes in Dating Aggression in Spanish High School Students. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 29(6), 1132-1152. doi: 10.1177/0886260513506057 dyOf Social Problems annual meeting, New York 8 August 2013. .

  14. Dyadic Types for Sexual Coercion As Reported By 388 Married Couples in China Prevalence Couple: 55% % Hou, J., Yu, L., Ting, S.-M., Sze, Y., & Fang, X. (2011). The Status and Characteristics of Couple Violence in China. Journal of Family Violence, 26(2), 81-92. doi: 10.1007/s10896-010-9343-3

  15. Dyadic Types for Sexual Coercion As Reported By Project HOW: Health Outcomes of Women Prevalence Women: % % Female Respondents Temple, J. R., Weston, R., & Marshall, L. L. (2005). Physical and Mental Health Outcomes of Women in Nonviolent, Unilaterally Violent, and Mutually Violent Relationships. Violence and Victims, 20(3), 335-359. doi: 10.1891/088667005780997947

  16. Dyadic Types for Any Sexual Coercion As Reported By 1,157 University Students Prevalence Short: 13% Full: 20% % Short Form Full Form Straus, M. A. and E. M. Douglas (2004). "A short form of the Revised Conflict Tactics Scales, and typologies for seventy and mutuality." Violence and Victims 19: 507-520.

  17. Dyadic Types forSevere Sexual Coercion As Reported By 1,157 University Students Prevalence Short: 2.3% Full: 4.6% % Short Form Full Form Straus, M. A. and E. M. Douglas (2004). "A short form of the Revised Conflict Tactics Scales, and typologies for seventy and mutuality." Violence and Victims 19: 507-520.

  18. Dyadic Types for Sexual Coercion As Reported By 481 University Students Prevalence Men: 31% Women: 27% % Male Respondents Female Respondents Hines, D. A., & Saudino, K. J. (2003). Gender Differences in Psychological, Physical, and Sexual Aggression Among College Students using the revised Conflict Tatics Scales. Violence & Victims, 18(2), 197-217.

  19. Dyadic Types for Lifetime Forced-Sex By High School Students (1997 South Carolina Youth Risk Behavior Survey, N = 2,923) Prevalence Men 14% Women 26% NOTE: These data do not refer to dating couples and therefore are not DTs High rates because of lifetime and not restricted to partners. But check what is forced sex % Male Respondents Female Respondents Coker, A. L., McKeown, R. E., Sanderson, M., Davis, K. E., Valois, R. F., & Huebner, E. S. (2000). Severe dating violence and quality of life among South Carolina high school students. American journal of preventive medicine, 19(4), 220-227.

  20. Dyadic Types for Any Sexual Coercion by Male and Female University Students IN 32 Nations Prevalence Men % Women % % Male Respondents Female Respondents

  21. Dyadic Types for Verbal Sexual Coercion by Male and Female University Students IN 32 Nations Prevalence Men 14% Women 26% % Male Respondents Female Respondents

  22. Childhood Sexual Abuse Prevalence % Men Wom Childhood sexual abuse 8% 5% Partner abuse 43% 50% % of childhood sexual abuse * Perpetration of one or more of the following: threatened assault, assaulted, insisted on sex, injured partner Dyadic Abuse Type Renner, L. M., & Whitney, S. D. (2012). Risk factors for unidirectional and bidirectional intimate partner violence among young adults. Child Abuse & Neglect, 36(1), 40-52. doi: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2011.07.007 Table 2.

  23. Childhood Sexual Abuse Prevalence % Men Wom Childhood sexual abuse 8% 5% Partner abuse 43% 50% % of childhood sexual abuse * Perpetration of one or more of the following: threatened assault, assaulted, insisted on sex, injured partner Dyadic Abuse Type Renner, L. M., & Whitney, S. D. (2012). Risk factors for unidirectional and bidirectional intimate partner violence among young adults. Child Abuse & Neglect, 36(1), 40-52. doi: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2011.07.007 Table 2.

  24. Grades 9-12) Coker 2000 NOTE: THESE DATA DO NOT REFER TO DATING COUPLES AND THERE FORE CANNOT BE PART OF THE DT TABULATION

  25. The Status and Characteristics of Couple Violence in China Juan Hou & Li Yu & Siu-Man Raymond Ting & Yee Tak Sze & Xiaoyi Fang 194 pairs of questionnaires were included for consideration Has data on mutual as reported by males and females, but DTs need to be figured out if possible

  26. Chronicity • Fathers and Mothers: When violence between parents occurred • Violent fathers: 75% - two or more times that year • Violent mothers: 73% - two or more times that year. • Dyadic Aggression Types • Father-Only type: 65 % assaulted two or more times • Mother-Only type: 59% two or more times that year • Both-Violent type: 80% of the fathers and 80% of mothers • Typical pattern • Two or more times rather than an isolated incident Straus, M.A . and Michel-Smith, Y. 2012. "Mutuality, Severity, And Chronicity Of Exposure To Violence Between Parents Of University Students In 15 Nations." Presented at International Family Violence And Child Victimization Research Conference. Sheraton Harborside Hotel, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 9 July 2012. IPS02

  27. Percentages are similar when based on reports by male students

  28. Percentages are similar when based on reports by male students

  29. Taylor Study I think the three bar charts were made from one of these two Tables, but I am not sure. In addition, I am not sure it is correct

  30. Taylor, C. A., Lee, S. J., Guterman, N. B., & Rice, J. C. (2010). Use of Spanking for 3-Year-Old Children and Associated Intimate Partner Aggression or Violence. Pediatrics, 415-424.

  31. Taylor, C. A., Lee, S. J., Guterman, N. B., & Rice, J. C. (2010). Use of Spanking for 3-Year-Old Children and Associated Intimate Partner Aggression or Violence. Pediatrics, 415-424.

  32. Use of Alcohol or Other Drugs % Father-Only Mother-Only Both-Violent

  33. Depression Rates % Father-Only Mother-Only Both-Violent

  34. Father Ever In Jail As Reported By Father’s and Mother’s % Father-Only Mother-Only Both-Violent