Prev Sci (2012) 13:323–328 DOI 10.1007/s11121-012-0309-y Informing Intimate Partner Violence Prevention Efforts: Dyadic, Developmental, and Contextual Considerations Deborah M. Capaldi & Jennifer Langhinrichsen-Rohling Published online: 30 June 2012 Society for Prevention Research 2012 The use of physically aggressive tactics during disagree- to understanding (Zurbriggen 2009) and preventing (e.g., ments between romantic partners, a critical dimension of Dutton and Corvo 2006) IPV. These approaches are being intimate partner violence (IPV), has been named a signifi- constructed with the assumption that theory-driven and cant public health problem (White 2009) and is the focus of evidence-based interventions will provide stronger protec- the current Special Section. The consequences of IPV are far tion for both women and men who are involved in IPV. reaching and include health and mental health impacts Preventing IPV is also likely to reduce the occurrence of (Breiding et al. 2008; Coker et al. 2002), difficulties asso- mental health disorders and adjustment problems among ciated with an increased probability of being involved in the children residing in families struggling with IPV (e.g., legal system (Jordan 2004), loss of income and work pro- El-Sheikh et al. 2008). Ehrensaft (2008) further suggests that ductivity (Rothman and Corso 2008), and financial costs
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