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Psychological abuse perpetration in college dating relationships

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75 The centrality of BPO................................................................................................. 80 The Abusive Personality and fearful attachment ....................................................82 Attachment styles and abusiveness............................................................................ 85 Proposed model of the Abusive Personality .............................................................

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98 Table 4 Agreement between women and men on whether psychological and physical abuse had occurred in their relationship. 99 Table 5 Correlations between social desirability and measures of abuse perpetration and victimization (p-values are in parentheses) ........................67 Proposed model of the Abusive Personality .............................................................68 DISCUSSION .................................................................................................................. 71 Incidence rates............................................................................................................. 71 The Abusive Personality and intimate abusiveness .................................................Contrary to the proposed model, fearful attachment had a non-significant relationship with anger – when this relationship was examined using structural equation modeling.Based on findings from the current study, fearful attachment has a weaker relationship with college women’s perpetration of intimate abuse than it does with clinical samples’ perpetration of intimate abuse.86 Summary...................................................................................................................... 89 Future considerations and limitations ...................................................................... 90 REFERENCES.............................................................................................................. 106 APPENDIX A................................................................................................................ 124 APPENDIX B ................................................................................................................ 127 APPENDIX C................................................................................................................ 150 vi LIST OF TABLES Table 1 Means, standard deviations (SD) and ranges for women’s scores on all scales and subscales used in the current study.................................................

94 Table 2 Rates of psychological and physical abuse perpetration and victimization reported by women and men......................................................

100 Table 6 Correlations between components of the Abusive Personality and the PMI subscales, and the violence subscale of the CTS (p-values are in parentheses)....................................................................................................

101 Table 7 Correlations between attachment styles and components of the Abusive Personality and the PMI subscales, and the violence subscale of the CTS (p-values are in parentheses) ...........................................................

26 Research on the elements of the Abusive Personality..............................................

29 Borderline personality............................................................................................... 29 Attachment styles...................................................................................................... 30 Anger......................................................................................................................... 32 Trauma symptoms..................................................................................................... 34 Parental warmth and rejection .................................................................................. 36 Purpose of the current study...................................................................................... 38 METHODS ...................................................................................................................... 42 Participants.................................................................................................................. 42 Measures ...................................................................................................................... 43 Borderline personality organization.......................................................................... 43 Attachment style ....................................................................................................... 44 Anger......................................................................................................................... 45 Trauma symptoms..................................................................................................... 46 Parental warmth and rejection .................................................................................. 46 Psychological abuse .................................................................................................. 47 Intimate violence....................................................................................................... 48 Socially desirable responding ................................................................................... 49 Procedure..................................................................................................................... 50 Data Analysis............................................................................................................... 52 v Incidence of abuse..................................................................................................... 52 Relationships between measures............................................................................... 54 Proposed model of the Abusive Personality .............................................................

Also consistent with the model, trauma symptoms demonstrated a relationship with anger, and BPO demonstrated strong relationships with trauma symptoms, fearful attachment, and anger.