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The same is true for youth who were primarily victimized in their dating relationships.
Youth who reported any sort of victimization reported more trauma-related distress symptoms, even if they were also aggressive.
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This indicates that especially for girls, an important transition may take place during middle school that increases their risk, which could be critical for structuring prevention/intervention programs; for instance, programs that do not start until after middle school may miss an important time window.
Youth who were physically and psychologically aggressive in their dating relationships were physically aggressive in other domains as well.
Data also showed that dating violence perpetration and victimization were distinct from general violence and victimization, suggesting the necessity for prevention and intervention programs that are specific to dating violence.
Regarding trajectories across middle school, youth with higher initial levels of dating violence victimization and perpetration tended to show decreases over time, whereas youth with lower initial levels showed increases over time.
This project primarily involved a secondary analysis of a five-year project (VCU-YVPC) that collected data on youth violence and related risk factors as part of an evaluation of violence prevention efforts.
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