Initial Development of the Teen Screen for Dating Violence: Exploratory Factor Analysis, Rasch Model, and Psychometric Data
Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development
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The Teen Screen for Dating Violence (TSDV) is an assessment that examines adolescent dating violence perpetration and victimization, perception and exposure to violence, and support systems. Through assessment, adolescents who are at high risk could be identified for prevention and early intervention. This article presents the development, exploratory factor analysis, and Rasch analysis of the TSDV. Findings outline the factor structure and initial reliability, and provide evidence of validity.
Adolescent; Assessment; Dating violence; Intimate partner violence; TSDV
Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence
Hays, D. G.,
Initial Development of the Teen Screen for Dating Violence: Exploratory Factor Analysis, Rasch Model, and Psychometric Data.
Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, 51(1),