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| 5 — Stalking | 6 — DV And The Law | 7 — Colorado Judges—Citizen's Review | 8 — Demographics Of Domestic Violence In Colorado |

| 9 — Male Perspective | 10 — Female of the Species | 11 — Violent Women | 12 — Stories Of Violent Women And Abused Men In Colorado |

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American Medical Association, Violence against men: Fact or fiction?, Report 9 of the Council on Scientific Affairs (I-94), 1994 (recommended).

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Brown, D., Women's shelters under veil of secrecy, The Ottawa Citizen, December, 1998.

Brown, D., Hang a left at divorce court, The Ottawa Citizen, February 6, 2001.

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Bureau of Justice Statistics, Violence by Intimates, NCJ-167237, March 1998.

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Buttell, F. P. and Carney, M. M., Women Who Perpetrate Relationship Violence: Moving Beyond Political Correctness, Haworth Press, New York, and Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 41, 4, 130 p., 2005.

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Pizzey, E., Working with violent women, May, 1999.

Pizzey, E., How the women's movement taught women to hate men, June, 1999.

Pizzey, E., Why did my grandson die?, The Observer, April 9, 2000.

Pizzey, E., Essential to recognise women batter men, The Irish Times, June 9, 2000.

Pizzey, E., An open letter to women in the domestic violence movement, in P. Cook, Everything You Know is Wrong: The Whole Truth About Domestic Violence, Disinformation Press, 2001.

Pleck, E., Criminal Approaches to Family Violence, 1640-1980, in Ohlin, L., and Tony, M., eds. Family Violence, University of Chicago Press, 1989.

Plichta, S. B., Violence and abuse: Implications for women's health. Women's Health: The Commonwealth Fund Survey, p. 237-270, 1996.

Pollack, S, and Gilligan, C., Images of violence in thematic apperception test stories, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 42, p. 159-167, 1982.

Preinsperg, K., The office hour (why professors now hesitate to talk to their students), Balance, 1, spring 1996.

Prosapio, D., Standing against tanks , Coyote Calling, The Men's Center, September, 2000.



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Reed, F., Feminist tarantulas: A rural male reflects on feminist incivility, while calculating windage.

Reed, F., Sex and radioactive cholera: Whither the gals of yore?

Reed, F., Against marriage: Cutting and running, and why Taipei Is better.

Reed, F., White males: Are they actually Gods?

Reed, F., “DOA In Progress...”; A police reporter's reflections on the world cops see, Washington Times.

Reed, F., Politicizing the police, cops as feminist enforcers, Washington Times.

Reed, F., Trials and tribulations: Dismal thoughts on a sorry legal system, Washington Times.

Reed, F., Blowing away Algebra Two, a price for drugging our kids?, Washington Times.

Reed, F., Universal divorce: A male's perspective on a bad idea (probably the best summary of the effects of divorce you are going to find anywhere).

Reed, F., Imagining Daddy, Single Moms, Breeding like trailer-park amoebas.

Reed, F., Mutant frumps and rape fantasies: Thoughts on our national hysteria (some new ideas on dealing with radical feminists).

Reed, F., War on the home front, a dime-a-dozen domestic call.

Reed, P., Child support collection leads divorced fathers to sue the State of Michigan.

Reid, B., How To Disappear In America, Eden Press, 115 p., 2002.

Rennison, C. M., Intimate partner violence and age of victim, 1993-1999, Bureau of Justice Statistics Special Report NCJ 187635, 12 p., October, 2001 (download PDF format).

Rennison, C. M., and Welchans, S., Intimate partner violence, Bureau of Justice Statistics Special Report NCJ 178247, 11p., May 2000 (revised July 17, 2000. download PDF format ).

Rosen, K. H., Matheson, J. L., Stith, S. M., McCollum, E. E., and Locke, L. D., Negotiated time-out: A de-escalation tool for couples, Journal of Marital & Family Therapy, 29, 3, p. 291-298, 2003.

Rosenbaum, A., Hoge, S. K., Adelman, S. A., Warnken, W. J., Fletcher, K. E., and Kane, R. L., Head injury in partner-abusive men, Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 62, 6, p. 1187-1193, 1994.

Rosewater, L.B., The clinical and courtroom application of battered women's personality assessments, in D.J. Sonkin, D. J., ed., Domestic Violence On Trial: Psychological And Legal Dimensions Of Family Violence, Springer, New York, 1987.

Rouse, L. P., Breen, R., and Howell, M., Abuse in intimate relationships. A comparison of married and dating college students, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 3, p. 414-419, 1988.

Rowan, J., The psychology of science by Abraham Maslow: An appreciation, in Human Inquiry, Reason, P., and Rowan, J., eds., Wiley, Bath, England, 1981.



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St. John Fleming, P., 'Sweet young woman' with red-hot temper booked for domestic violence, Salt Lake Tribune, March 5, 2001.

Sanders, L., Exposed! Tyranny On The Bench In Colorado, 2002.

San Diego Police Department, Domestic violence policing in San Diego.

Sapolsky, R. M., The Trouble with Testosterone, Scribner Publishers, 1997.

Sarantakos, S., Husband abuse as self defense, paper presented at International Congress of Sociology, Montreal, Canada, 1998.

Sarantakos, S., Husband abuse: Fact or fiction?, Australian Journal of Social Issues, August, 1999.

Sarnoff, S., The institutionalization of misinformation: VAWA II, The Women's Freedom Network Newsletter, 5, 3 and 4, 1998.

Satel, S., It's always his fault, The Women's Quarterly, 12, Summer, 1997.

Satel, S., The patriarchy made me do it, The Women's Freedom Network Newsletter, 5, 5, 1998.

Saunders, D. G., Wife abuse, husband abuse, or mutual combat?, in Yllo, K. and Bogard, M., eds., Feminist Perspectives On Wife Abuse, Sage, 1988.

Saunders, D. (1992). A typology of men who batter: Three types derived from cluster analysis, American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 62, 2, p. 264-275, 1992.

Schlafly, P., Feminist Fantasies, Spence Publishing, Dallas, 262 p., 2003.

Schlafly, P., Who Killed The American Family, WND Books, 269 p., 2014.

Schmalleger, F., Criminal Justice Today, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 1999.

Schmidt, J. D., and Sherman, L. W., Does arrest deter domestic violence?, American Behavioral Scientist, 36, p. 601-609, 1993.

Schulman, M., A survey of spousal violence against women in Kentucky, U.S. Department of Justice, Law Enforcement., Washington, DC, 1979.

Schwartz, M. D., Gender and injury in spousal assault, Sociological Focus, 20, p. 61-75, 1987.

Scott, L., Gender profiling prevalent in domestic violence, Eastside Journal, Bellevue, Washington, February 13, 2001.

Seidler, V., Recovering The Self, Routledge, New York, 1994.

Sheaffer, R, Review of “The Battered Woman” by Lenore Walker, 1996.

Sheaffer, R., Feminism, the noble lie, 1997.

Sheindlin, J., and Getlin, J., Don't Pee On My Leg And Tell Me It's Raining, Harper Collins, New York, 238 p., 1996.

Sheppard, R., and Cleary, M., That Bitch: Protect Yourself Against Women With Malicious Intent, Centre Publishing, 256 p., 2007.

Sherman, L. W., Policing Domestic Violence: Experiments and Dilemmas, Free Press, New York, 443 p., 1992.

Sigler, R. T., and Lamb, D., Community-based alternatives to prison: How the public and court personnel view them, Federal Probation, p. 3-9, June 1995.

Sledge, E.B., With The Old Breed, Presidio Press, 352 p., reprinted 2007.

Sleek, S., Sorting out the reasons couples turn violent, American Psychological Association Monitor, 29, 4, April 1998.

Smith, J., Alternative research paradigms and the problem of criteria, in The Paradigm Dialog, Guba, E., ed., Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, California, 1990.

Smith, M., Patriarchal ideology and wife beating: A test of feminist hypothesis, Violence and Victims, 5, 4, p. 257-273, 1990.

Smith, S. Involuntary child absence syndrome and depression in males after relationship breakdown, unpublished B.A. (Honors) thesis, Central Queensland University, Australia, 1998.

Sommer, R., Male and female perpetrated partner abuse: Testing a diathese-stress model. (unpublished Doctoral dissertation, University of Manitoba, Canada), University Microfilms International, ISBN 0-315-99064-3, 1994.

Sommer, R.; Barnes, G., E.; and Murray, R. P., Alcohol consumption, alcohol abuse, personality and female perpetrated spouse abuse, Personality and Individual Difference, 13, 12, p. 1315-1323, 1992.

Sommers, C. H., Researching the “Rape Culture” of America, undated essay.

Sommers, C. H., Sister soldiers, New Republic, 207, p. 29, October 5, 1992.

Sommers, C. H., Who Stole Feminism?: How Women Have Betrayed Women, Simon and Schuster, New York, 1994.

Sommers, C. H., The spouse abuse myth, USA Today, p. 13, October 26, 1994.

Sommers, C. H., A feminist Camelot, National Review, 48, 16, p. 74, September 2, 1996.

Sommers, C. H., The war against boys, Boston Globe, October 24, 1996

Stanton, S., Study finds frequent domestic abuse, The Sacramento Bee, August 5, 1998.

Stark, R., and McEvoy, J., Middle class violence, Psychology Today, 4, 6, p. l07-l12, 1970.

Steinmetz, S. K., The battered husband syndrome, Victimology, 2, p. 499-509, 1978.

Steinmetz, S. K., Women and violence: Victims and perpetrators, American Journal of Psychotherapy, 34, p. 334-350, July 1980.

Steinmetz, S. K., A cross cultural comparison of marital abuse, Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 8, 404-414, 1981.

Steinmetz, S. K., The abused elderly are dependent: Abuse is caused by the perception of stress associated with providing care, in Current Controversies on Family Violence, Gelles, R. J., and Loseke, D. R., eds., Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, California, p. 222-247, 1993.

Stets, J. E. and Straus, M. A., The marriage license as a hitting license: A comparison of assaults in dating, cohabiting, and married couples, Journal of Family Violence, 41, 2, 1989.

Stets, J. and Straus, M. A., Physical violence in American families: Risk factors and adaptations to violence in 8,145 families, Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, N.J., 1990.

Stets, J. and Straus, M. A., Gender differences in reporting marital violence and its medical and psychological consequences, physical violence in American families: Risk factors and adaptations to violence in 8,145 families, in Straus, M. and Gelles, R., eds., Physical Violence in American Families, Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, N.J., 1990.

Stets, J., and Straus, M. A., Gender differences in reporting marital violence. in Physical violence in American families., Transaction Publishers: New Brunswick, NJ, p. 151-166, 1992.

Stoltenberg, J., Healing from manhood, in Feminism and Men: Reconstructing Gender Relations, Schacht, S., and Ewing, D., eds., 1998.

Papers by Murray A. Straus can be found at

Straus, M. A., Wife-beating: How common and why? Victimology, 2, p. 443-458, 1977.

Straus, M. A., Measuring family conflict and violence: The conflict tactics scale, Journal of Marriage and the Family, 41, p. 75-88. 1979.

Straus, M.A., Physical assaults by wives: a major social problem, in Current Controversies on Family Violence, Gelles, R. J., and Loseke, D. R., eds., Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, California, p. 63-87, 1993.

Straus, M. A., Physical assaults by women partners: A major social problem, Women, Men and Gender: Ongoing Debates, edited by M.R. Walsh, Yale University Press, New Haven, p. 210-221, 1997.

Straus, M. A., Characteristics of the National Violence Against Women Study that might explain the low assault rate for both sexes and the even lower rate for assaults by women, supplements the chapter on “The Controversy over Domestic Violence by Women: a Methodological, Theoretical, and Sociology of Science Analysis”, 1999a.

Straus, M. A., The controversy over domestic violence by women: a methodological, theoretical, and sociology of science analysis, Violence in Intimate Relationships, X. Arriaga, and Oskamp, S., eds., Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, 1999b.

Straus, M.A., Processes explaining the concealment and distortion of evidence on gender symmetry In intimate partner violence, European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, v. 13, pp. 227-232, 2007.

Straus, M. A., and Gelles, R. J., Is family violence increasing? A comparison of 1975 and 1985 national survey rates, paper presented at the American Society of Criminology, San Diego, CA, November, 1985.

Straus, M. A. and Gelles, R., Societal changes and change in family violence from 1975 to 1985 as revealed by two national surveys, Journal of Marriage and the Family, 48, p. 465-479, 1986.

Straus, M., Gelles, R., and Steinmetz, S., Behind Closed Doors, Violence in the American Family, Anchor Press/Doubleday, Garden City, NY, 301 p., 1980.

Straus, M., and Kantor, G. K., paper presented at the 13th World Congress for Sociology, Bielefeld, Germany, July 19, 1994.

Sugarman, D. B. and Hotaling, G. T., Dating Violence: Prevalence, Context, and Risk Markers, in Violence in Dating Relationships: Emerging Social Issues, edited by M. Pirog-Good and J. E. Stets, Praeger, New York, 1989.

Summers, C., The gender project: The social experiment that's destroying masculinity, Sunday Magazine of the Australian Sunday Telegraph, July 9, 2000.

Sun Tzu, The Art of War , translation from the Chinese by Lionel Giles, 1910.

Suprynowicz, V., Send In The Waco Killers, Mountain Media, Las Vegas, NV, 506 p., 1999.

Szinovacz, M. E., Using couple data as a methodological tool: The case of marital violence. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 45, 3, p. 633-644, 1983.



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Tacey, D., Remaking Men: The Revolution In Masculinity, Penguin, Melbourne, Australia, 1997.

Talbot, M., Femmes fatale: Are women as violent as men,, January, 1998.

Thomas, D., Not Guilty: In Defence of the Modern Man, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, England, 1993.

Tiger, L., Men In Groups (2 nd edition), Marion Boyars, 288 p., 1984, May 1999.

Titterington, V. B. and Harper, L., Women as the aggressors in intimate partner homicide in Houston, 1980s to 1990s, in Buttell, F. P. and Carney, M. M., Women Who Perpetrate Relationship Violence: Moving Beyond Political Correctness, Haworth Press, New York, and Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 41, 4, p. 83-98, 2005.

Tjaden, P., and Thoennes, N., Prevalence, incidence, and consequences of violence against women: Findings from the National Violence Against Women Survey, National Institute of Justice, NCJ 172837, 1998 ( download PDF format 128 KB).

Tjaden, P., and Thoennes, N., Extent, nature, and consequences of intimate partner violence: Findings from the National Violence Against Women Survey, National Institute of Justice, NCJ 181867, 57 p., July 2000 ( download PDF format 1.5 MB).

Tjaden, P., and Thoennes, N., Full report of the prevalence, incidence, and consequences of violence against women: Findings from the National Violence Against Women Survey, National Institute of Justice, NCJ 183781, 61 p., November 2000 ( download PDF format 298 KB).

Tobin, R., Alone and Forgotten: The Sexually Abused Man, Creative Bound, 91 p., 1999.

Tong, D., The abuse excuse: Practical advice for combatting hearsay, Balance, 4, winter 1997/spring 1998.

Tong, D., Elusive Innocence: Survival Guide For The Falsely Accused, Huntington House, 278 pp., 2001 (highly recommended).

Touliatos, J.; Perlmutter, B. F.; and Straus, M. A., Handbook of family measurement techniques, SAGE, Newbury Park, California, 1990.

Turkat, I. D., Divorce-related malicious mother syndrome, Journal of Family Violence, 10, 3, p. 253-264, 1995.

Turner, C., Fenn, M., and Cole, A., A social psychological analysis of violent behavior, in R. B. Stuart, R. B., ed., Violent Behavior: Social Learning Approaches, Brunner/Mazel, New York, 1981.

Tzu, Sun, The Art of War , translation from the Chinese by Lionel Giles, 1910.



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Underwager, R. and Wakefield, H., Personality characteristics of falsely accusing parents In custody disputes, presented at Sixth Annual Symposium of Forensic Psychology, Las Vegas Nevada, March 13, 1990.

Unland, K., Shelters used in war on men, expert claims, Edmonton Journal, Canada, September 29, 1998.



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Vogel, P., Breaking the silence, in Certified Male, Winter, 1996.



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Walker, A., The Courtship Dance of the Borderline, Writers Showcase Press, New York, 139 p., 2001.

Walker, L. E., The Battered Woman, Harper Colophon Books, New York, 1979.

Walker, L., Battered women's shelters and work with battered lesbians, in Kobel, L., ed., Naming The Violence: Speaking Out About Lesbian Battering, Seal Press, Seattle, WA, 1986.

Walker, L., Psychology and violence against women, American Psychologist, 44, 4, p. 695-702, 1989.

Wallerstein, J. S. and Blakeslee, S., Second Chances: Men, Women, and Children A Decade After Divorce, Houghton Mifflin, 1996.

Wallerstein, J. S., Lewis, J. M., and Blakeslee, The Unexpected Legacy Of Divorce: The 25 Year Landmark Study, Hyperion, New York, 351 p., 2000.

Warnken, W. J., Rosenbaum, A., Fletcher, K. E., Hoge, S. K., and Adelman, S. A., Head injured males: A population at risk for relationship aggression, Violence and Victims, 9, 2, p. 153-166, 1994.

Watkins, C. R., Victims, aggressors, and the family secret: An exploration into family violence, Minnesota Department of Public Welfare, St. Paul, 1982.

Weiss, M., and Young, C., Feminist jurisprudence: Equal rights or neo-paternalism?, Cato Policy Analysis Paper 256, 1996.

Weiss, R. C., “Where's my frying pan?” Women and domestic violence,, March 9, 2000.

Weiss, M. and Young, C., Feminist jurisprudence: Equal rights or neo-paternalism, Cato Policy Analysis No. 256, June 19, 1996.

Weitzman, L., The Divorce Revolution: The Unexpected Social and Economic Consequences for Women and Children in America, Free Press (paperback), 1987.

Wente, M., The $4-billion dollar abuse fiction, The Globe and Mail, Canada, August 24, 1996.

Wexler, R., Wounded Innocents: The Real Victims Of The War Against Child Abuse, Prometheus Books, Amherst, NY, 429 p., 1995.

Whitney, S., Fear lingers for children of divorce, Deseret News, November 20, 1999.

Whitaker, D. J., Haileyesus, T., Swahn, M., and Saltzman, L.S., Differences in frequency of violence and reported injury between relationships with reciprocal and nonreciprocal intimate partner violence, Am. Jour. Public Health, 97, p. 941-947, May 2007. abstract

Whyte, P., Conditioning, men and a changing culture, 1997a.

Whyte, P., Developmental stages in men's conditioning, 1997b.

Whyte, P., An introduction to men's liberation, 1998a.

Whyte, P., The human male, unpublished manuscript, 1998b.

Wills, G., When feminists make women perpetual victims, The Detroit News, July 22, 1996.

Wilson, E. O., Sociobiology, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 1975.

Wison, K. C., Delusions of Violence, Harbinger Press, 167 p., 2001.

Wilson, K. C., The Multiple Scandals of Child Support, Harbinger Press, 2 nd Ed., 177 p., 2003.

Woodstra, K., Under Attack: The lonely cry of battered husbands , (look under Domestic Violence), published originally in The Toronto Sun, Father's Day, 1994.



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Yeatman, A., Interlocking oppressions, in Transitions, Caine, B., and Pringle, R., eds., Allen and Unwin, Sydney, Australia, 1995.

Yllo, K., Political and methodological debates in wife abuse research, in Yllo, K. and Bograd, M., eds., Feminist Perspectives On Wife Abuse, Sage, Beverly Hills, CA, 1988.

Yllo, K. and Straus, M., Patriarchy and violence against wives: The impact of structural and normative factors, in Straus, M. and Gelles, R., eds., Physical Violence In American Families. Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, NJ, 1990.

Many more of Cathy Young's articles and op-ed pieces can be found on the Reason Magazine site.

Young, C., Transforming a monster into a victim, Detroit News, July 25, 1995.

Young, C., Cracks in the crackdown: Is getting tough accomplishing its purpose?, Philadelphia Inquirer, December 4, 1995.

Young, C., The problem of domestic violence has been exaggerated, in Barbour, S. and Swisher, K. L., eds., Violence: Opposing Viewpoints, Greenhaven Press, p. 137-142, 1996.

Young, C., How victimized are divorcing women, Balance, 3, fall 1996.

Young, C., Strange feminism of 'First Wives,' The Detroit News, October 1, 1996.

Young, C., No excuse for domestic violence. Period, 1997.

Young, C., Woman trouble, Real Life Publishing, 1997.

Young, C., New Justice Department findings show domestic violence advocates have exaggerated statistics, Women's Freedom Network, press release, 1997.

Young, C., Women's abuse excuse, Detroit News, February 4, 1997.

Young, C., Pseudo-statistics and domestic violence, The Women's Freedom Network Newsletter, 4, 2, Spring, 1997.

Young, C., Abuse of rape shield laws on the rise, The Detroit News, September 30, 1997.

Young, C., Domestic violence, Reason Magazine, February, 1998.

Young, C., Domestic violations, Reason Magazine, April, 1998.

Young, C., Book rebuts divorced dad myths, The Detroit News, October 21, 1998.

Young, C., Gender War Crimes: Classifying offenses against women as “hate crimes” is a dangerous political game, Reason Magazine, January, 1999.

Young, C., Bad will toward men, Reason Magazine, February, 1999.

Young, C., Who says women never lie about rape?,, March 10, 1999.

Young, C., Ceasefire!: Why Women and Men Must Join Forces to Achieve True Equality, The Free Press, 368 pp., 1999.

Young, C., Domestic violence issue transcends gender debate, The Detroit News, August 11, 1999.

Young, C., The abuse of restraining orders, Boston Globe, August 30, 1999.

Young, C., Protection orders may go too far, violate civil rights, The Detroit News, September 29, 1999.

Young, C., Hitting below the belt,, October 25, 1999.

Young, C., NOW errs on the side of injustice, inequity, Detroit News, October 29, 1999.

Young, C., Feminists play the victim game, The New York Times, November 26, 1999.

Young, C., Numbers show jump in female batterers, Detroit News, December 1, 1999.

Young, C., Women's movement could use new wish list, Detroit News, January 7, 2000.

Young, C., Out with the old and out with the new,, January 26, 2000.

Young, C., Let's not forget the rights of accused in rape cases. Detroit News, April 5, 2000.

Young, C., Team players or tools of the patriarchy,, June 6, 2000.

Young, C., Violence against women act, Women's Freedom Network Newsletter, 7, 4, July/August, 2000.

Young, C., Medical gender wars,, September 20, 2000.

Young, C., Looking at violence, Boston Globe, p. C7, October 15, 2000.

Young, C., A man's right to choose,, October 19, 2000.

Young, C., Gender based leniency in courts, Reason, January 11, 2001.

Young, C., Excluded evidence: The dark side of rape shield laws, Reason Online, February 2002.

Young, C., Unwanted sex, Reason Online, May 14, 2002.

Young, C., License to kill, men and women, crime and punishment, Reason Online, July 2002.



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Zimmerman, M. and Coryell, W., DSM - 111 personality disorder diagnoses in a nonpatient sample, Arch. Gen. Psychiatry, 46, p. 682 - 689, 1989.

Zinsmeister, K., Fathers: Who needs them?, 1999.

Zubaty, R., What Men Know That Women Don't: How to Love Women Without Losing Your Soul,, 534 p., 2001.


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