Hierarchical multiple linear regression analyses, with age, education, and public assistance as covariates, were conducted on 65 men who reported being in a main relationship.
Couple conflict resolution and exposure to neighborhood violence moderated the relation between attitudes supporting IPV and IPV perpetration.
Additionally, participants reported the length (in months) of their main relationship and whether they lived with their “girlfriend.”=.80) that measures men’s attitudes towards males’ use of violence against a dating partner.
Response options ranged from (1) strongly disagree to (5) strongly agree.
While IPV prevention should include individual-level interventions that focus on skills building, these findings also highlight the importance of couple-, community-, and structural-level interventions.