Long-term adverse outcomes associated with teen dating violence: A systematic review

OBJECTIVES To conduct a systematic review of the longitudinal associations between TDV and negative outcomes, including mental and physical health, reoccurrence of violence in intimate relationships, and high-risk behaviors (substance use and sexual behaviors). DATA SOURCES Peer-reviewed articles published in English were searched in PsycINFO/Eric/PsycArticles, PubMed, and Web of Science database from inception to November […]

The relationship between suicidal thinking and dating violence in a sample of adolescent abortion patients

Background: The relationship between suicidal thinking and adolescent dating violence has not been previously explored in a sample of adolescent abortion patients. Aims: This paper highlights a study where the relationship between dating violence and severity of suicidal thinking was examined in a sample of 120 young women ages 14-21 seeking to terminate an unintended pregnancy. Methods: The […]

A cross-cultural sequential model of the association between young Spanish and Colombian women victims of power imbalance and suicide risk: The mediating role of dating violence and rumination

For young women, the power imbalance in favor of males in dating relationships has been related to dating violence (DV) victimization. In addition, the use of rumination to cope with DV may increase their psychological distress. The purpose of the current study was to examine whether experiences of DV and rumination mediate the association between […]

Teen dating violence and suicide risk among bisexual adolescents

Purpose Suicide is a public health problem that disproportionately affects bisexual youth more than heterosexual, lesbian/gay, and other sexual minority youth. Teen dating violence (TDV) consists of physically, emotionally, and/or psychologically aggressive behavior in adolescent relationships and has been linked to increased suicidality among sexual minority youth. Although biological sex differences in suicide and TDV […]

Dating violence victimization, interpersonal needs, and suicidal ideation among college students.

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Intimate partner violence: Are perpetrators also victims and are they more likely to experience suicide ideation?

The current study examined the relations among several risk factors, hopelessness, depressive symptoms, perceived burdensomeness, thwarted belongingness, alcohol-related problems, and intimate partner violence (victimization and perpetration), and suicide ideation, as measured by the Modified Scale for Suicide Ideation, in college students (n = 994). In addition, the overlap between being a victim and perpetrator of […]

Dating violence victimization, dispositional aggression, and nonsuicidal self-injury among psychiatrically hospitalized male and female adolescents.


Longitudinal associations between teen dating violence victimization and adverse health outcomes.


Ten-year trends in physical dating violence victimization among US adolescent females.