Intimate partner violence: Are perpetrators also victims and are they more likely to experience suicide ideation?
Lamis, D.~~Leenaars, L.~~et al.
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 various types of intimate partner violence was examined. Results indicated substantial overlap in the victim and perpetrator roles, up to 96.6% for negotiation.
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