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Contagion of self-mutilation was studied in a treatment program for disturbed adolescents. Statistical analyses and a sociogram revealed that 1) episodes of contagion were significantly associated… (More)
Continuous labor support offers multiple benefits for mothers and infants. The type of caregiver that is the best support person in labor has not been identified. A critical review of the English… (More)
Twenty-five subjects treated at a center for disturbed adolescents were observed over a 1-year period for signs of self-mutilative contagion. Statistical analysis confirmed that self-mutilation… (More)
Self-mutilation was hypothesized to increase in frequency during periods of interpersonal loss in a treatment program for seriously disturbed adolescents. The study examined changes in the frequency… (More)
A family-style, community-based program for severely disturbed adolescents uses a point-and-fine system that combines operant, modeling and cognitive-behavioral strategies.
Self-mutilation occurs on a continuum from superficial to severe, yet previous studies have not differentiated these acts. This study, conducted over 4 years with emotionally disturbed adolescents,… (More)
A centralized network of facilities offering a comprehensive package of treatment modalities avoids the difficulties involved in the coordination of scattered services.
This study examined the effects of integrating an unstable group of seriously disturbed adolescents into an existing day treatment program. Behavioral data were collected for an established group of… (More)