Varieties of self-disgust in self-harm and suicide.
Benson, O, Boden, Z. and Vitali, D (2014). Varieties of self-disgust in self-harm and suicide. in: Powell, P, Overton, P and Simpson, J (ed.) The Revolting Self: Perspectives on the Psychological and Clinical Implications of Self-Directed Disgust London Karnac Books.
|Authors||Benson, O, Boden, Z. and Vitali, D|
|Editors||Powell, P, Overton, P and Simpson, J|
Self-harm can be defined as self-administered, non-accidental injury to one’s own body without suicidal intent. It is reported within both clinical and nonclinical populations (Gratz, Conrad, & Roemer, 2002), and is increasing among adolescents and young adults (Fortune & Hawton, 2005). The extant literature
|Book title||The Revolting Self: Perspectives on the Psychological and Clinical Implications of Self-Directed Disgust|
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|Place of publication||London|
|01 Mar 2014|
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|Deposited||12 Mar 2018|
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