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Section 2
Fatherhood and Intimate Partner Violence: Bringing
the Parenting Role into Intervention Strategies

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- Stover, C. S., & Morgos, D. (2013). Fatherhood and Intimate Partner Violence: Bringing the Parenting Role into Intervention Strategies. Professional psychology, research and practice, 44(4), 247–256. doi:10.1037/a0031837

Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
Neppl, T. K., Lohman, B. J., Senia, J. M., Kavanaugh, S. A., & Cui, M. (2019). Intergenerational continuity of psychological violence: Intimate partner relationships and harsh parenting. Psychology of Violence, 9(3), 298–307.

Poole, G. M., & Murphy, C. M. (2019). Fatherhood status as a predictor of intimate partner violence (IPV) treatment engagement. Psychology of Violence, 9(3), 340–349.

Thomas, K. A., Mederos, F., & Rodriguez, G. (2019). “It shakes you for the rest of your life”: Low-income fathers’ understanding of domestic violence and its impact on children. Psychology of Violence, 9(5), 564–573.

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