- Adams, S. Serial Batterers, Probation Research Bulletin, Office of the Commissioner of Probation, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, December 1999.
Articles that support the NY Model of Batterer Intervention Programs
- Bancroft, L. & Silverman, J.G. (2002a). The Batterer as a Parent. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
- Belknap, J. & Melton, H. (2005). Are heterosexual men also victims of partner abuse?, National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women.
- Dasgupta, S.D., (2001). Towards an understanding of women's use of non-lethal violence in intimate heterosexual relationships.
- Davis, R. C., Taylor, B. G. & Maxwell, C. D. (2000). Does batterer treatment reduce violence? A randomized experiment in Brooklyn. Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice.
- Dekeseredy, W. & Schwartz, M. (1998) Measuring the extent of woman abuse in intimate heterosexual relationships: A critique of the Conflict Tactics Scales.
- Dunford, F. W. (2000). The San Diego Navy experiment: An assessment of interventions for men who assault their wives. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 68, 468-476.
- Edleson, J.L. (2008). Promising Practices with Men Who Batter , MINCAVA.
- Feder, L. & Dugan, L. (2004). Testing a court-mandated treatment program for domestic violence offenders: The Broward experiment. National Institute of Justice.
- Feder, L., Wilson, D.B., & Austin, S. (2008). Court-mandated interventions for individuals convicted of domestic violence. Campbell Systematic Reviews:12, (Search from this page.)
- Kelly, J.B. & Johnson, M.P. (2008). Differentiation among types of intimate partner violence: Research update & implications for interventions, Family Court Review, 46 (3), July 2008 476 –499.
- Kimmel, M. (2001). Male Victims of Domestic Violence: A Substantive and Methodological Research Review - a report to The Equality Committee of the Department of Education and Science.
- Klein, A. (2009). Practical Implications of Current Domestic Violence Research: For Law Enforcement, Prosecutors and Judges, National Institute of Justice.
- Klein, A. (2003, August). Batterer programs – successful rehabilitation or false hope? National Bulletin on Domestic Violence Prevention: 9(8).
- Klein, A., & Tobin, T. (2008). Longitudinal study of arrested batterers, 1995-2005: Career criminals. Violence Against Women 14(2): 136-157.
- Mitchell, D. & Carbon, S.D. (2002). Firearms and domestic violence: A primer for judges, Court Review: 39 (2), 32 – 43.
- Rempel, M. (2009). Batterer programs and beyond. In E. Stark & E.S. Buzawa, Violence Against Women in Families and Relationships, Santa Barbara: Praeger, pp. 179 – 200.
- Stark, E. (2007). Coercive Control: How Men Entrap Women in Personal Life, Oxford University Press.
- Taylor, B.G., Davis, R.C. & Maxwell, C.D. (2001) Effects of a group batterer treatment program: A randomized experiment, Justice Quarterly, 18 (1), 171ff
- Visher, C.A., Harrell, A., Newmark, L., & Yahner, J. (2008). Reducing intimate partner violence: An evaluation of a comprehensive justice system community collaboration, Criminology & Public Policy: 7(4), 495-523.
- Wilson, D. & Klein,A. (2006). Longitudinal study of a cohort of batterers arraigned in a Massachusetts District Court 1995 to 2004, US Dept of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
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