Check out this engaging video of Dr. Davis explaining how we (anyone) can reduce intimate partner violence.
Video transcript of Dr. Davis speaking about domestic violence in 2022 at the Society for Social Work & Research Conference. Dr. Davis was selected during a competitive process to share transformational ideas that the Society considers "Brief & Brilliant".
Our mission: To end intimate partner abuse and violence by contributing to research that helps reach those who act abusively. We are unapologetically and especially committed to work that helps Black/African-American and Latino men end violence/abuse in their romantic relationships.
This page contains some full length versions of published research. For a quick way to digest some of the research findings click on the "Media" tab. Infographics and visual abstracts summarizing study results are coming soon...
The Men’s Group at St. Pius V: A Case Study of a Parish-Based Voluntary Partner Abuse Intervention P (pdf)Download
Theorizing Religious Abuse within the Context of IPV: The African American Community (pdf)Download
Compared to What? A Meta-Analysis of Batterer Intervention Studies Using Nontreated Controls or Comp (pdf)Download
Gender Differences in Experiences of Social Support Among Men and Women Releasing from Prison (pdf)Download
The Ferguson Verdict (pdf)Download
2019 Davis et al Pathways to Seeking PAIP Voluntarily Latino Men (pdf)Download
Compared to what? A meta-analysis of batterer intervention studies using nontreated controls or comp (pdf)Download
Davis & Jonson-Reid The Dual Use of Religious-Faith in Intimate Partner Abuse Perpetration- Perspectives of Latino Men in a Parish-based Intervention Program (pdf)Download
Trauma-Informed and Oppression-Sensitive Intervention for those Who Engage in Intimate Partner Viole (pdf)Download
National Context:Do Country Conditions in Childhood Impact Perpetration of DV in Emerging Adulthood? (pdf)Download
2020 Davis & Johnson Exploring Black Clergy Perspectives on Religious IPV Abuse (pdf)Download
2022-Racial Discrimination, Mental Health Symptoms, and Intimate Partner Violence Perpetration in Black Adults (pdf)Download