Self-harm, substance use and psychological distress in the Australian general population
AIMS: To examine predictors of self-harm, especially substance use and psychological distress, in an Australian adult general population sample. DESIGN: Sequential-cohort design with follow-up every four years. SETTING: Australian general population. PARTICIPANTS: A random sample of adults aged 20-24 and 40-44 years (at baseline) living in and around the Australian Capital Territory. MEASUREMENTS: Self-report survey including items on four common forms of self-harm. Psychological distress...[Show more]
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|Source:||Addiction 108.1(2013): 211-220|
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