A study conducted by the University of Washington, the research of which was recently published in the Journal of Sex Research, explored patterns of risky sexual behavior among heterosexual men ages 18 to 25. This sample included both men who self-reported using abusive and controlling behaviors in their relationships, and those who did not.
As a result of this study, researchers found that men who were physically and sexually abusive to women were more likely to engage in behaviors that exposed them and their partners to sexually transmitted infections. Such behaviors include avoidance of condoms and non-monogamy.
You can read more about this study here.