Predicting Intimate Partner Violence for At-Risk Young Adults and Their Romantic Partners

Project: Research project

Project Details


I. Leadership: Leadership and input will be provided for timeline, budget decisions, hiring and key deliverables to NIJ. II. Analyze and disseminate study data. In conjunction with the PIs at OSLC, I will actively analyze and disseminate knowledge derived from the investigation in the following ways: conference presentations (e.g., Society for Prevention Research), newsletters/ASU news interviews, peer-reviewed publications, and agency presentations. III. Participate in team meetings. Drs. Low, Eddy, Shortt and Capaldi will have monthly phone/Skype conferences to discuss study progress, timeline and deliverables.
Effective start/end date1/1/1412/31/15


  • DOJ-OJP: National Institute of Justice (NIJ): $68,253.00


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