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The prevalence and chronicity of dating violence among university students, as a part of International Dating Violence Study, were examined. This study showed that using the Revised Conflict Tactics Scale (CTS2) and the Personal and Relational Profile (PRP), the percentage who was victimized from dating violence ranged from 21.4% to 59.7% for psychological aggression, 14.0% to 34.7% for physical assault, 4.7% to 20.4% for injury, and 4.2% to 27.7% for various forms of sexual coercion. Also, fairly high rates of female-to-male violence have been reported in some areas. The findings indicate dating violence is more prevalent and chronic than expected and its implications for prevention programs and future studies are discussed.