Tait, Robert; Brinker, Jaylene; Moller, Carl; French, Davina
Background: There are few data on self-harm in the general population, especially examining the roles of rumination and substance use. Objectives: To evaluate the inter-relationships of rumination, self-harm, and potential mediating variables. Method: A cohort with follow-up every 4 years involving a random sample of adults aged 20-24 and 40-44 years (at baseline) living in Australia. The survey included items on three common forms of self-harm. Other measures included rumination, Goldberg...[Show more]
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