Prev Sci (2012) 13:398–401 DOI 10.1007/s11121-012-0307-0 Dating Matters™: The Next Generation of Teen Dating Violence Prevention Andra Teten Tharp Published online: 29 May 2012 Society for Prevention Research (outside the USA) 2012 This Special Section was introduced with the assertion that Although some programs (e.g., Building Lasting Love, most programs, to date, have been ineffective in preventing Langhinrichsen-Rohling and Turner 2012) that reflect these intimate partner violence (IPV) and teen dating violence findings have been developed and evaluated, a transforma- (TDV) because they do not take into account recent work tion of the field would require the refinement of many about the development and nature of IPV/TDV (Capaldi and programs currently in practice and the development of new Langhinrichsen-Rohling 2012). Each contribution high- prevention approaches. As an example of a new compre- lighted dimensions of relationship functioning that can be hensive approach that reflects some of the critical findings used to inform the development of prevention programs. in this Special Section, the Division of Violence Prevention The findings in this issue underscore the importance of at CDC is embarking on a new initiative: Dating Matters™: considering the independent and interactive effects of risk Strategies to Promote Healthy Teen Relationships.
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Published: May 29, 2012
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