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These data do not capture the greater amounts of fear, intimidation, and injury from different acts of intimate partner violence that women usually report.

(For more information on these findings, watch an interview with Dr.

August 28, 2017Teen dating violence is a critical public concern and a potential precursor to intimate partner violence in adulthood.

To better understand this progression, NIJ funded researchers at Bowling Green State University to collect data from approximately 1,000 young adults (ages 25-28) who previously participated in the Toledo Adolescent Relationship Study (TARS)[1] when they were in seventh, ninth, or 11th grade.

There is a notion that “once an abuser, always an abuser,” but in this study that was not always the case.

When couples used negative forms of communication during arguments (i.e., “fought dirty”), it amplified the risk of violence.

This may be due to the accumulation of violent relationship experiences.

An interesting result emerged when the data were restricted to only adult reports of relationship violence; those with adulthood-onset of relationship abuse on average reported more concentrated abuse within a shorter timeframe.

Based on this longitudinal sample, we have a better understanding of the trajectories and consequences of relationship abuse during adolescence through the transition into young adulthood.

Relationship abuse, whether it’s labeled teen dating violence during adolescence or intimate partner violence in adulthood, includes physical and sexual violence, psychological abuse, and stalking by current or past romantic or consensual partners, including spouses. It is difficult to capture all aspects of relationship abuse in a single report, and this is no exception.

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