Violent versus nonviolent husbands: differences in attachment patterns, dependency, and jealousy

by A Holtzworth-Munroe, G L Stuart, G Hutchinson, A HoltzworthMunroe, G L Stuart, G Hutchinson, A Holtzworth-Munroe, G L Stuart, G Hutchinson, A HoltzworthMunroe, G L Stuart, G Hutchinson show all authors
Journal of Family Psychology ()
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Abstract

In study 1, participants completed the Adult Attachment Scale, Spouse Specific Dependency Scale, and Interpersonal Jealousy Scale. In study 2, participants completed the Relationship Styles Questionnaire, Rempel Trust Scale, and Adult Attachment Interview. Results were generally consistent with hypotheses that, relative to nonviolent husbands, violent men would evidence more insecure, preoccupied, and disorganized attachment, more dependency on and preoccupation with their wives; and more jealousy and less trust in their marriage. (Original abstract-amended)

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