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Psychological Theories of Drinking and Alcoholism
Howard T. Blane;Kenneth E. Leonard.
Attachment Styles and Marital Adjustment among Newlywed Couples
Marilyn Senchak;Kenneth E. Leonard.
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships (1992)
Nonstranger sexual aggression: A discriminant analysis of the psychological characteristics of undetected offenders
Mary P. Koss;Kenneth E. Leonard;Dana A. Beezley;Cheryl J. Oros.
Sex Roles (1985)
Prospective prediction of husband marital aggression within newlywed couples.
Kenneth E. Leonard;Marilyn Senchak.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology (1996)
Psychological theories of drinking and alcoholism, 2nd ed.
Kenneth E. Leonard;Howard T. Blane.
Drinking and marital aggression in newlyweds: an event-based analysis of drinking and the occurrence of husband marital aggression.
Kenneth E. Leonard;Brian M. Quigley.
Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs (1999)
Marital and Family Processes in the Context of Alcohol Use and Alcohol Disorders
Kenneth E. Leonard;Rina D. Eiden.
Annual Review of Clinical Psychology (2007)
Women's substance use and experiences of intimate partner violence: a longitudinal investigation among a community sample.
Maria Testa;Jennifer A Livingston;Kenneth E Leonard.
Addictive Behaviors (2003)
A conceptual model for the development of externalizing behavior problems among kindergarten children of alcoholic families: role of parenting and children's self-regulation.
Rina D. Eiden;Ellen P. Edwards;Kenneth E. Leonard.
Developmental Psychology (2007)
Alcohol and intimate partner violence: when can we say that heavy drinking is a contributing cause of violence?
Kenneth E. Leonard.
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