In this study, the relationship between the attitudes Turkish university students towards dating violence and risk-taking behaviors, emotion regulation strategies and emotional autonomy were investigated. The study was conducted on 519 Turkish university students aged 18-25 years (79% female, 21% male). In the present study, the Flirt Violence Attitude Scale, the Risk Behavior Scale University Form, the Emotional Regulation Scale and the Emotional Autonomy Scale were used respectively in order to measure attitudes towards dating violence, risk taking behaviors, emotion regulation strategies and emotional autonomy. As a result of the calculated correlations, it turned out that there were significant relationships between Turkish university students' attitudes towards dating violence in and anti-social behaviors, smoking, school drop-out, re-evaluation strategy, hiding strategy, non-idealization of the parents, and perceiving the parents as a human. As a result of Forward Multiple Regression analysis, on the other hand, it was found that Turkish university students' attitudes towards dating violence were significantly predicted by anti-social behaviors, school dropout, non-idealization of parents and perception of parents as a human being. As a result of the study, it was found that there are significant relationships between attitudes towards dating violence, risk taking, emotion regulation and emotional autonomy.