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Programs of prevention of abuse in intimate relationships for adolescents and young adults abroad 1075
, junior researcher , Moscow State University of Psychology & Education , Moscow, RussiaBelyakova M.Yu.
, Junior researcher at the Laboratory of psychological problems forensic psychiatric prevention, V.P. Serbsky State Research Centre for Social and Forensic Psychiatry, email@example.comBulygina V.G.
, Doctor of Psychology, Head of the Laboratory of the psychohygiene and psychoprophylaxis, Federal State Budgetary Institution "V. Serbsky National Medical Research Centre for Psychiatry and Narcology" of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
The article gives an overview of the programs of work with teenagers and young people, aimed at primary prevention of violence in intimate relationships. The content models of sex education as one of the highest priorities for primary prevention. A brief description of the methodological foundations of these programs, such as the focus on changing the existing norms of violence, gender stereotypes, pathogenic skills avoiding conflicts. Describes the procedural and substantive content features of these programs. The results of studies on the effectiveness of a number of programs that have demonstrated a decrease in the level of violence, positive changes in the skills that are most scarce to training with regard to the acceptability of violence and behavioral intentions. Highlights those aspects of targeted programs that are short-term and prolonged effects. So changing views on the norms of behavior in intimate relationships, conflict resolution skills and knowledge are stored in the long term, while females exhibit more positive attitudes and behavioral intentions than men.
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