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    • Dating violence was nearly twice as likely if either partner drank alcohol.
    • Women were nearly twice as apt to perpetrate dating violence when they used drugs.
    • Men were 1.4 times more likely to perpetrate dating violence when they used drugs.
    • Estimated blood alcohol level and binge drinking were related to dating violence.

    Introduction: Although the association between substance use and dating violence is well-established in the research literature, there is limited research establishing the temporal co-occurrence of these variables. The primary objective was to examine the temporal relationship between alcohol and drug use and subsequent dating violence using a proximal effects model.

    Conclusions: These results further support an association between substance use and partner aggression at daily and situational levels of analysis, extending prior clinical findings to a college dating sample. Taken with previous research findings, our results suggest the need for college sexual assault and dating violence prevention programs to target reductions in substance use.

    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352853220301243

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