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Douglas, Emily M. and Denise A. Hines. 2011 "The Experiences of men who sustain intimate partner violence and seek help: An Overlooked population and implications for practice." Journal of Family Violence. (on-line first)  (MV01)

Hines, Denise A. and Emily M. Douglas. 2008. "Male Help-Seekers for Partner Violence Victimization: A Descriptive Analysis." Paper presented at the International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference. Portsmouth, NH.   (MV02)

Hines, Denise A. and Emily M. Douglas. 2009. "Women's Use of Intimate Partner Violence against Men: Prevalence, Implications, and Consequences." Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma 18:572 - 586. (special Issue: Female offenders of IPV, Part I: current controversies, prevalence, and research examining the role of gender and race/ethnicity)    (MV03)

Hines, Denise A. and Emily M. Douglas.  2010. "A Closer Look at Men Who Sustain Intimate Terrorism by Women." Partner Abuse 1:286-313.  (MV04)

Hines, Denise A. and Emily M. Douglas.  2010. "Intimate terrorism by women towards men: does it exist?" Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research 2:36-56.  (MV05)

Hines, Denise A. and Emily M. Douglas. 2011. "Understanding the use of violence among men who sustain intimate terrorism." Partner Abuse 2(3):259-83.  (MV06)

Hines, Denise A. an Emily M. Douglas. 2011. "Symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder in men who sustain intimate partner violence: A Study of helpseeking and community samples." Psychology of Men and Masculinity 12:112-127. (MV07)