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|An annual rhythm in the battering of women
|American Journal of Psychiatry
Michael, Richard P
|Theories of violence;Risk factors
|American Psychiatric Association
|143 (5), May 1986
|This US article presents the findings of empirical research conducted in five locations in the United States during the early 1980s examining whether there is a correlation between domestic violence by men and temperature-related seasonal change. The researchers report that violence by men toward women increases in summer independently of any major seasonal changes in the opportunity for contact between perpetrator and victim.
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