The Conflict Tactics Scales (Cts) Is a Commonly Used Measure
The Conflict Tactics Scales (CTS) is a commonly used measure of psychological aggression, physical assault, and sexual coercion in intimate relationships. What is NOT a potential criticism of the CTS? The CTS:
A) does not provide much information about what provoked a particular aggressive act.
B) does not ask about self-defense, so it would be possible to misinterpret violent resistance as intimate terrorism.
C) measures too many different acts of violence and blurs the distinction between situational couple violence and intimate terrorism.
D) is subject to all of the above criticisms.