Pathways to self-harmful behaviors in young women with and without ADHD: a longitudinal examination of mediating factors.

@article{Swanson2014PathwaysTS,
  title={Pathways to self-harmful behaviors in young women with and without ADHD: a longitudinal examination of mediating factors.},
  author={Erika N Swanson and Elizabeth B Owens and Stephen P. Hinshaw},
  journal={Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines},
  year={2014},
  volume={55 5},
  pages={505-15}
}
BACKGROUND Rates of suicide attempts and nonsuicidal self-injury [(NSSI); e.g., cutting, burning] peak in adolescence and early adulthood; females and individuals with psychiatric symptoms and diagnoses appear to beat particular risk. Hinshaw et al. [Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, (2012), 80, 1041] reported that young women with histories of childhood ADHD diagnoses reported higher rates of suicide attempts and NSSI than nondiagnosed, comparison women. METHODS Via analyses of… CONTINUE READING

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