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In addition, TDV has shown to have serious social, emotional, physical, and mental consequences at a crucial time in human development (O' Keefe, 2005).
Findings from the national Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance Survey (YRBSS) revealed 9.4% of high school students reported being physically hurt (e.g., hit or slapped) by a boyfriend or girlfriend intentionally (Center for Disease and Control and Prevention, 2011).
One of the main contributors to this variation in prevalence rates is how TDV is defined or conceptualized.
Research has begun to expose an alarming number of dating violence incidents involving youth, specifically teenagers.
Research suggests that Teen Dating Violence (TDV) is more prevalent than previously believed (Powers and Kerman, 2006).