Disclosure and Self-Injury: Understanding Functionality, Stigma, & Help Seeking

Pastro, Brianna M.


  • This study aims to understand the differences between participants that have disclosed their self-injury vs. those who have not disclosed on a variety of factors, including the functionality of their behavior, through the use of an anonymous Mechanical Turk survey. The study also investigates the role that stigma plays in this relationship and how these constructs relate to help-seeking ... read more
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