‘Micro-sequences of anger and shame and non-suicidal self-injury in youth: an ecological momentary assessment study’
Paper from the JCPP
Non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) is a significant mental health concern with the highest prevalence among adolescents. NSSI has been conceptualized as one of the maladaptive strategies to cope with challenging affect or a form of self-punishment. Although characterizing moment-to-moment associations between shame and NSSI in individuals’ real-world environment and partitioning between- and within-person effects is critical for mobile and timely interventions, most studies examined habitual experiences of negative affective states and focused on adults.
Authors: Anastacia Y. Kudinova, Leslie A. Brick, Michael Armey, Nicole R. Nugent
First published: 31 July 2023
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