‘Self- and co-regulation of physiological activity during mother-daughter interactions: The role of adolescent non-suicidal self-injury’
Paper from the JCPP
Non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) is a significant public health concern that is thought to increase risk for future self-injurious behaviors, including suicide attempts. Notably, NSSI is especially prevalent among adolescents, which underscores a critical need to identify modifiable risk factors that could be targeted to reduce future risk. The current study examined self- and co-regulation of physiological responses during mother-daughter interactions in adolescent girls with and without a history of NSSI.
Authors: Kiera M. James, Christina Balderrama-Durbin, Elana Israel, Cope Feurer, Brandon E. Gibb
First published: 19 July 2023
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