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Couple prevalence 8

Dyadic Concordance Types For Being High on Drugs in Past Year in the 2nd National Family Violence Survey (N = 6,002)

Couple Prevalence:

8%

%

Dyadic Concordance Types Type

Straus, Murray A. (2014). Dyadic Concordance Types And Discordance In Three Partner Abuse Behaviors And Other Problematic Behavior By Male And Female Partners  In A National Sample Of  American Couples. Family Research Laboratory, University of New Hampshire. Durham, NH. (For sample description, see Gelles, R., & Straus, M. A. (1988). Intimate violence: The causes and consequences of abuse in the American family. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster.)


Couple prevalence 8

Dyadic Concordance Types For Drunkenness (Any & 3 +) in Past Year

6,002 Couples in the 2nd National Family Violence Survey

Any Drunkenness

Couple Prevalence:

34%

Respondents

Male

Female

%

Dyadic Concordance Types Type

Straus, Murray A. (2014). Dyadic Concordance Types And Discordance In Three Partner Abuse Behaviors And Other Problematic Behavior By Male And Female Partners  In A National Sample Of  American Couples. Family Research Laboratory, University of New Hampshire. Durham, NH. (For sample description, see Gelles, R., & Straus, M. A. (1988). Intimate violence: The causes and consequences of abuse in the American family. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster.)


Couple prevalence 8

Dyadic Concordance Types For Non-Family Aggression

6,002 Couples in the 2nd National Family Violence Survey

Couple Prevalence: 13%

%

Dyadic Concordance Types

Straus, Murray A. (2014). Dyadic Concordance Types And Discordance In Three Partner Abuse Behaviors And Other Problematic Behavior By Male And Female Partners  In A National Sample Of  American Couples. Family Research Laboratory, University of New Hampshire. Durham, NH. (For sample description, see Gelles, R., & Straus, M. A. (1988). Intimate violence: The causes and consequences of abuse in the American family. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster.)


Couple prevalence 8

Dyadic Types For High General Aggressiveness

Parents Of 158 Children In 3rdGrade

Prevalence 70%

Mother-father r =.42

Father's and Mother's Aggression-Tendency of the parent to display aggressive behavior in situations which often elicit aggressive responses. Each parent rates himself and is rated by the other parent on each of these situations. Example: Suppose you are driving a new car and get into an accident which is clearly the other driver's fault. Would you show your anger if: 1. he says, "What's the matter, can't you drive?" 2. he apologizes? 3. he says, "I'm not going to say anything until I see a lawyer"? 4. he laughs it off?

%

Eron, L., et al. (1961). "Comparison of data obtained from mothers and fathers on childrearing practices and their relation to child aggression." Child Development 32: 457-472.


Couple prevalence 8

Dyadic Types For Low Social Participation

By Parents Of 158 Children In 3rdGrade

Prevalence 62%

Mother-father r-=.63

Lows social Participation-Degree of participation of respondent in formal and informal social relationships. Example: About how many times in the past year have you attended meetings or affairs of any local organizations, societies or clubs? 0. 13+, 1. 7-12, 2. 4-6, 3. 1-3, 4. none.

%

Eron, L., et al. (1961). "Comparison of data obtained from mothers and fathers on childrearing practices and their relation to child aggression." Child Development 32: 457-472.


Couple prevalence 8

Dyadic Types of Intransigence by Male and Female University Students

IN 32 Nations

Prevalence

Men %

Women %

%

Male Respondents

Female Respondents


Couple prevalence 8

Dyadic Types For High Disharmony

Parents Of 158 Children In 3rdGrade

Prevalence 64%

Father-Mother r=.46

Parental Disharmony-The extent of disharmony in the home as measured by disagreement about various specific matters of importance in a family; items dealing with arguments between husband and wife, and presumptive evidence such as separation, divorce, amount of time spent together, etc. Example: Are you satisfied with how your SPOUSE handles money? 0. yes, 1. sometimes (and don't know), 2. no.

%

Eron, L., et al. (1961). "Comparison of data obtained from mothers and fathers on childrearing practices and their relation to child aggression." Child Development 32: 457-472.


Couple prevalence 8

Dyadic Concordance Types For Intransigence (50th & 80th Percentile) Couples in the 2nd National Family Violence Survey ( N = 6,002)

Female

Male

Respondents

80th Percentile

Couple Prevalence:

21%

50th Percentile

Couple Prevalence:

55%

%

Dyadic Concordance Types Type

Straus, Murray A. (2014). Dyadic Concordance Types And Discordance In Three Partner Abuse Behaviors And Other Problematic Behavior By Male And Female Partners  In A National Sample Of  American Couples. Family Research Laboratory, University of New Hampshire. Durham, NH. (For sample description, see Gelles, R., & Straus, M. A. (1988). Intimate violence: The causes and consequences of abuse in the American family. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster.)


Couple prevalence 8

Relation Of Dyadic Concordance In Marijuana Use To

Physical Violence Against Partner

By Husband

By Wife

Mean Number of Assaults

Figure 2 in Smith, P. H., Homish, G. G., Collins, R. L., Giovino, G. A., White, H. R., & Leonard, K. E. (2014). Couples' Marijuana Use Is Inversely Related to Their Intimate Partner Violence Over the First 9 Years of Marriage. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, on-line first. doi: 10.1037/a0037302


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