It appears that in the general population, slapping and pushing usually does not engender fear. If
fear is not a large issue in the general population, why is the context of the aggression
Approximately 12% of men and women in the general population engage in physical aggression
against their partners over a year period, but it seems to some that not all physical aggression is
physical abuse. Why is that the case?
Cyberstalking seems to occur in approximately 50 to 60% of women who have been in shelters
to find safe haven from their abuser. What effects does cyberstalking have on these women?
Based on what you have learned from lectures and readings about the reciprocity of partner
aggression occurring in about 50 of the general population 80% in young married samples, what
is the likelihood that the aggression of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard was reciprocal?
Murray Straus developed the Conflict Tactics Scales, and he documented the prevalence of
physical aggression in intimate relationships to be about equal for men and women: Why was
this finding so important?