Remitted Depression Moderates Self-Injurious Behavior In Personality-Disordered Research Volunteers
The moderating effects of depression on self-injurious behavior among personality-disordered individuals (N=40) were examined. Self-injurious behavior (SIB) was assessed using a well-validated laboratory measure. Remitted depression was associated with greater sensitivity to self-aggressive cues, indicating that remitted depression may be a risk factor for SIB. (c) 2007 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved.
McCloskey, M. S.,
Gollan, J. K.,
Berman, M. E.
(2008). Remitted Depression Moderates Self-Injurious Behavior In Personality-Disordered Research Volunteers. Psychiatry Research, 157(41277), 295-297.
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