The Conflict Tactics Scales (CTS) have been used for decades to evaluate violence within families and intimate relationships. The widespread use of these scales has resulted in a proliferation of adapted forms and some confusion about their clinical and research application. This Handbook clarifies the situation by compiling and organizing--in a single source--the large body of information about the CTS. In addition, it presents two updated versions of the instrument that serve as standard forms.
||Murray A. Straus, Sherry L. Hamby, Sue Boney-McCoy, David B. Sugarman, David Finkelhor, David W. Moore and Desmond K. Runyan
||Handbook; 10 CTS 2 AutoScore Forms; 10 CTS PC AutoScore Forms