Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
The purpose of this dissertation was to conduct two meta-analyses investigating the relationship between intimate partner violence (IPV) and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) symptomatology in female survivors of domestic violence. The first meta-analysis investigated the relationship between physical violence and PTSD symptomatology while the second meta-analysis investigated the relationship between psychological abuse and PTSD symptomatology. A moderator variable, recruitment setting, was investigated to see whether recruitment setting changed the relationship between physical violence and PTSD symptomatology and/or the relationship between psychological abuse and PTSD symptomatology. For both meta-analyses, a medium to large effect size was found. Recruitment setting was not found to moderate either relationship.
Tramayne, Selena, "Intimate Partner Violence As a Risk Factor for PTSD in Female Survivors of Domestic Violence: A Meta-Analysis" (2012). Dissertations. 316.
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