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Differential Utility of Skills-Based Interventions for Proactive and Reactive Batterers
The current study reexamines data from Babcock and colleagues (2011) proximal change experiment to discern the differential utility of communication skills-based interventions between Proactive and Reactive batterers. ...
TESTING THE UTILITY OF NEURAL NETWORK MODELS TO PREDICT HISTORY OF ARREST IN BATTERERS
In prisons, risk assessments are typically based on retrospective reports of factors known to be correlated with violence recidivism. Previous studies have used linear models that rely on variables that have been linked ...