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      The Social Networks of Homeless Youth Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence

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      Journal of Interpersonal Violence
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          A review of sex differences in peer relationship processes: potential trade-offs for the emotional and behavioral development of girls and boys.

          Theory and research on sex differences in adjustment focus largely on parental, societal, and biological influences. However, it also is important to consider how peers contribute to girls' and boys' development. This article provides a critical review of sex differences in several peer relationship processes, including behavioral and social-cognitive styles, stress and coping, and relationship provisions. The authors present a speculative peer-socialization model based on this review in which the implications of these sex differences for girls' and boys' emotional and behavioral development are considered. Central to this model is the idea that sex-linked relationship processes have costs and benefits for girls' and boys' adjustment. Finally, the authors present recent research testing certain model components and propose approaches for testing understudied aspects of the model.
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              Development and validation of the Conflict in Adolescent Dating Relationships Inventory.

              Four studies examined the Conflict in Adolescent Dating Relationships Inventory (CADRI), a measure of abusive behavior among adolescent dating partners. Exploratory factor analysis was used to refine items based on high school participants with dating experience (N = 393; 49% female). Confirmatory factor analysis was used to derive and cross-validate the factor structure with participants from 10 high schools (N = 1,019, 55% female; ages 14-16). The model structure fit for all grades and both sexes, with physical abuse, verbal abuse, and threatening behavior most representative of the underlying "abuse" factor. In Studies 3 and 4, the second-order abuse factor showed acceptable test-retest reliability, partner agreement, and correlation (significant for males only) between observer ratings of dating partners' interactions and youths' CADRI scores. Results support the CADRI as a measure of abusive behavior in adolescent dating relationships.
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                Journal of Interpersonal Violence
                J Interpers Violence
                SAGE Publications
                0886-2605
                1552-6518
                January 16 2014
                January 12 2014
                : 29
                : 12
                : 2172-2191
                Article
                10.1177/0886260513516864
                6588a53a-e59e-4df9-afea-4fba311a8c78
                © 2014

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