Young adult respondent experiences of disclosing self-injury, suicide-related behavior, and psychological distress in a web-based survey.

@article{Whitlock2013YoungAR,
  title={Young adult respondent experiences of disclosing self-injury, suicide-related behavior, and psychological distress in a web-based survey.},
  author={Janis L Whitlock and Celeste Pietrusza and Amanda Purington},
  journal={Archives of suicide research : official journal of the International Academy for Suicide Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={17 1},
  pages={20-32}
}
The objective of this study was to examine the impact of questions regarding self-injury, suicide, and psychological distress in a web-based survey on respondents, particularly those with relevant personal histories. Drawn from a random 8-college sample, 14,372 students completed the survey. Adjusted odds ratios were used to model the likelihood of responses based on respondent characteristics. The constant comparative method identified salient themes in qualitative data. Few individuals (2.7… CONTINUE READING

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