abuse of women
domestic abuse therapy
domestic violence prevention & control
violence against women
victims of family violence
intimate partner violence
video AND feedforward AND therapy = 219
feedforward AND domestic violence = 22
feedforward AND (therapy OR psychotherapy) = 762
domestic abuse AND therapy AND feedforward = 17
"domestic abuse" AND therapy AND effectiveness = 768
This research may be of interest: The ‘Downside’ of Women Empowerment in India:
An Experimental Inquiry into the Role of Expectations (I found it during the feedforward AND domestic violence search)
feedforward = 7168
feedforward AND therapy = 120
feedforward AND psychotherapy = 7
video AND feedforward = 41
domestic violence AND therapy = 2504
Accepting Parental Responsibility. This is based in Sociology; it may be useful - esp. check out the article that starts on pg. 19.
REMEMBER: Just because Wiley provides a pdf link does NOT mean McFarlin has full-text access to the article. If you click on the pdf link and Wiley prompts you to pay for the article, don't do it! Instead, get the name of the journal and date of the article, go to our Journal Titles page, search for the journal, and determine if we have a subscription to that journal for the date you need (don't forget to check the Print or Microform at TU Libraries link). If we don't have it, ILL the article.
feedforward AND psychotherapy = 135
I usually check the Articles box under Limit To: Type: I hate having to sort through book reviews and editorials, but you may also want to check the Pamphlet box depending on the type of research you desire.
Self-Efficacy: A Theoretical Analysis of Its Determinants and Malleability This focuses on self-efficacy but if you can establish that video feedforward promotes self-efficacy, then perhaps you can branch out to self-efficacy literature.
An Organizational Learning Framework: From Intuition to Institution is management/leadership based, but you may find some good references that help define feed-forward. Near the top of the article, you should see a "View list of pages with search term(s)" link; click on that for a quick glance at how the article uses feed-forward and if it'll be of use to you.