Battered women as survivors: an alternative to treating learned helplessness

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Lexington Books, 1988 - Family & Relationships - 123 pages
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Battered women as survivors: an alternative to treating learned helplessness

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Challenging the assumption that women are unable to help themselves, this analysis of 6000 shelter intake and exit interviews shows that women's help-seeking efforts increase with the severity of battering. Read full review

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The Survivor Theory
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A Causal Model of Helpseeking
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