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2010
Gondolf, Edward W. Lessons from a successful and failed random assignment testing batterer program innovationss. Journal of Experimental Criminology. 6, (4), 355-376.
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2008
Gondolf, Edward W. Implementation of case management for batterer program participants. Violence Against Women. 14, (2), 208-225.
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2008
Gondolf, Edward W. Program completion in specialized batterer counseling for African-American men. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 23, (1), 94-116.
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2008
Gondolf, Edward W. Outcomes of case management for African-American men in batterer counseling. Journal of Family Violence. 23, (3), 173-181.
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2007
Potter, Hillary . The need for a multi-faceted response to intimate partner abuse perpetrated by African-Americans: Reaction Essay. Criminology and Public Policy. 6, (2), 367-376.
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2007
Gondolf, Edward J. Culturally-focused batterer counseling for African-American men. Criminology and Public Policy. 6, (2), 341-366.
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2005
Gondolf, Edward W. Culturally-Focused Batterer Counseling for African-American Men. Final Report. NCJ 210828, Indiana, PA: Mid-Atlantic Addiction Training Institute.
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2004
Gondolf, Edward W. Regional and cultural utility of conventional batterer counseling. Violence Against Women. 10, (8), 880-900.
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2001
Gondolf, Edward W.,  Williams, Oliver J. Culturally focused batterer counseling for African American men. Trauma, Violence, and Abuse. 2, (4), 283-295.
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