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"It turns out that discarding those unattainable body ideals also improves your mood, self-esteem, reduces disordered eating behaviors and may reduce the risk of self-injurious behavior," Keel said.
"Nothing else stopped the self-injurious behavior and the aggression we were seeing every day for a year," said Victoria Grancarich.
The epidemiology and phenomenology of non-suicidal self-injurious behavior among adolescents: A critical review of the literature.
KEYWORDS: Prevalence, Non Suicidal self-injury, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Self-Injurious Behavior.
Assessing the Effects of a Staff Training Package on the Treatment Integrity of an Intervention for Self-Injurious Behavior. J Dev Physical Disabil 2014; 26: 371-89
For example, if self-injurious behavior is found to be maintained by adult attention, caretakers might teach that individual to recruit attention more appropriately by activating a microswitch that produces the audible message "Please talk to me." Alternatively, if aggression or destruction is maintained by escape from task demands, caretakers might teach that individual to request breaks by touching a "Break" card.
Stephen Edelson, "Self-injurious behavior is one of the most devastating behaviors exhibited by people with developmental disabilities.
Compulsive self-injurious behavior (SIB), including hair pulling, nail biting, skin picking (SP), and scratching, is habitual, repetitively occurs, and is frequently observed as a comorbid condition in various psychiatric disorders, such as borderline personality disorder (BPD), post-traumatic stress, depressive, anxiety, and eating disorders (1).
Comparison of non-suicidal self-injurious behavior and suicide attempts in patients admitted to a psychiatric crisis unit.
In recent years, an increasing number of studies have examined the prevalence rates of self-injurious behavior among adolescents in North-American countries (for a review, see Barrocas et al., 2011; Klonsky, 2011; Muehlenkamp, Claes, Havertape, & Plener, 2012).
Self-reported experience of self-injurious behavior in college students.