Conceptualising intimate partner violence perpetrators' cognition as aggressive relational schemas
Aggression and Violent Behavior, pp. 1014562020.
Abstract The forensic psychology and psychotherapy field recognises offence-supportive cognition as a major dynamic risk factor for reoffending, meaning it is one focus of risk assessment instruments and offender treatment programs. Despite the prevalence of intimate partner violence (IPV), the cognitive characteristics of IPV offenders...More
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