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Domestic Violence & Observational Learning
Transcript of Domestic Violence & Observational Learning
relating to one's home or family.
Where Research Should Go Next
Males as victims of domestic violence.
Social Learning Model of Interventions
Bullying a side effect of exposure to domestic violence.
Domestic Violence & Social Learning
behavior intended to hurt, damage, or kill.
The Bobo Doll Experiment
Is exposure to violence a risk factor for future violent behavior?
& Social Learning
Why this research is important
why I picked this topic:
we need to remember in order to apply/replicate behavior
This research explores the relationship between social learning and domestic violence by reviewing current research and psychological theories of learning and memory to examine if domestic violence can be learned through observation. Some research suggests that social learning theory is relevant when studying domestic violence, and early exposure to intimate partner violence can lead to a cycle of abuse, in which the observer becomes the offender. Another study found an increased chance of a child becoming a bully if he or she was exposed to domestic disputes in the home. This review reveals the importance of not only identifying the cycle of abuse associated with social learning and domestic violence, but additionally challenges others to think critically about interventions and mechanisms to end domestic violence.
by a current or former partner or spouse" (Bell & Naugle, 2008, p. 1097).
"A Cycle of Violence? Examining Family-of-Origin Violence, Attitudes, and Intimate Partner Violence Perpetration"
Research Article #1
Eriksson & Mazerolle (2015)
Relationship between exposure to violence in childhood and perpetration of IPV (intimate partner violence) in adulthood.
Male arrestees (N=303)
Bidirection interparental violence:
Research Article #2
"Men Who Experienced Violence or Trauma as Children or Adolescents and Who Used Violence in Their Intimate Relationships"
Wei & Brackley (2010)
Mental Health Nursing
Court-Ordered to Batterers' Intervention Program
Witnessing abuse as children in family of origin = significant risk factor
Research Article #3
"Bullying in Schools and Exposure to Domestic Violence"
1059 Italian Children; 10 different elementary schools; ages 8 to 15 years-old.
"Bullying others is associated with exposure to interparental violence"
(Baldry, 2003, p. 721).
1.8 times as likely to be exposed to DV
3.5 times as likely to be exposed to DV
Research Article #4
Corvo & deLara (2010)
"Towards An Integrated Theory of Relational Violence: Is Bullying a Risk Factor for Domestic Violence?"
Concerning the implications of being exposed to DV leading to bullying & vice versa.
compared social learning theory with various other psychological (BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL) theories
Confirmed validity of theory with
(Gluck, Mercado, & Myers, 2014).
Bandura (1971, 1973)
that takes place in a social context.
Can occur purely through
domestic abuse in childhood.
(Bell & Naugle, 2008)
Social Learning Theory:
an adult act violently against Bobo Doll.
(Bell & Naugle, 2008)
("Bandura - Bobo Doll," 2010)
respond during performance of an action and during visual observation of that same action.
learning via observation
("State-by-state Statistics on Domestic," n.d.)