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Sex differences in relationship aggression among young adults in Germany

  • The study examined the prevalence of physical aggression in the relationships of young adults in Germany. A convenience sample of 248 women and 400 men aged between 17 and 29 years provided reports of physical aggression shown toward and experienced by a partner using the revised Conflict Tactics Scales (CTS2). Sex differences were found for several physically aggressive behaviors measured by the CTS2, mostly for minor forms of physical aggression. All sex differences were in the direction of women scoring higher than men on the perpetration of aggressive acts, and men scoring higher than women on being the targets of partner aggression. The findings are discussed in the context of the current debate on sex differences in relationship aggression

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Author:Barbara KrahéORCiDGND, Anja Berger
ISSN:0360-0025
Document Type:Article
Language:English
Year of first Publication:2005
Year of Completion:2005
Release Date:2017/03/24
Source:Sex Roles. - ISSN 0360-0025. - 52 (2005), 11-12, S. 829 - 838
Organizational units:Humanwissenschaftliche Fakultät / Institut für Psychologie
Peer Review:Referiert