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Frequency and functions of non-suicidal self-injury: Associations with suicidal thoughts and behaviors
Previous research has found associations between non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) and suicidal thoughts and behaviors (STBs), yet the nature of this relationship remains equivocal. The goal of theExpand
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Rumination and Hopelessness as Mediators of the Relation Between Perceived Emotion Dysregulation and Suicidal Ideation
The present study examined whether particular emotion dysregulation dimensions were associated with suicidal ideation through their effects on ruminative thinking and hopelessness. Emerging adultsExpand
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Cognitive inflexibility and suicidal ideation: Mediating role of brooding and hopelessness
Previous research suggests that cognitive inflexibility prospectively increases vulnerability to suicidal ideation, but the specific cognitive factors that may explain the relation have not beenExpand
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Perceived discrimination, ruminative subtypes, and risk for depressive symptoms in emerging adulthood.
Perceived discrimination has been found to increase risk for depression in emerging adulthood, but explanatory cognitive mechanisms have not been well studied. We examined whether the brooding andExpand
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Non-suicidal self-injury and suicidal thoughts and behaviors in heterosexual and sexual minority young adults.
OBJECTIVE Despite consistently greater rates of non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) and suicidal thoughts and behaviors (STBs; i.e., suicidal ideation, method/plan, and attempts) in lesbian, gay, andExpand
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Blunted Neural Reward Responsiveness in Children With Recent Suicidal Ideation
Individuals with suicidal thoughts and behaviors experience abnormalities in reward-related processes, yet little is known about specific components or stages of reward processing that are impaired,Expand
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Peer Victimization Mediates the Impact of Maternal Depression on Risk for Suicidal Ideation in Girls but not Boys: A Prospective Study
Although children of depressed mothers are at an increased risk for suicidal thinking, little is known about the potential mechanisms by which this occurs. The present study is the first to ourExpand
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Ethnic differences in prevalence and correlates of self-harm behaviors in a treatment-seeking sample of emerging adults
The present study examined differences between White and ethnic minority emerging adults in the prevalence of self-harm behaviors – i.e., non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) and suicide attempts (SA) –Expand
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Resting respiratory sinus arrhythmia in suicide attempters.
Although suicide attempts (SA) occur across a broad range of diagnoses as well as in the absence of a diagnosable disorder, most studies to date have focused on them within a single, specificExpand
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Suicidal ideation and attentional biases in children: An eye-tracking study.
BACKGROUND Despite theoretical and empirical evidence for a heighted responsiveness to signals of social-threat in suicidal individuals, no studies to date have examined whether this responsivenessExpand
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