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Three assessment tools for deliberate self-harm and suicide behavior : evaluation and psychopathological correlates
Auteur(s)
FLIEGE Herbert ; KOCALEVENT Rueya-Daniela ; WALTER Otto B. ; ...
Résumé
Objective: The aims of this study are to adapt two validated self-report questionnaires of deliberate self-harm and suicidal behavior to German, to investigate their psychometric properties and agreement with clinician-administered ratings, and to examine their psychopathological correlates. Methods: The Deliberate Self-Harm Inventory [Gratz KL. Measurement of deliberate self-harm: preliminary data on the deliberate self-harm inventory. J Psychopathol Behav 2001;23:253-263] and the Self-Harm Behavior Questionnaire [Guttierez PM, Osman A, Barrios FX, Kopper BA. Development and initial validation of the self-harm behavior questionnaire. J Pers Assess 2001;77:475-490] were completed by 361 patients hospitalized for depressive, anxiety, adjustment, somatoform, and/or eating disorders. A clinician-administered rating scale of self-destructive behavior was included. Psychopathological variables were assessed by standardized questionnaires. Results: The self-report questionnaires demonstrated good reliability (α=.81-.96, split-half r=.78-.98, test-retest r=.65-.91). Reliability of the clinician-administered ratings was acceptable (interrater K=.46-.77, test-retest K= .35-.48). Intraclass correlations (ICC=.68) for all three instruments were satisfactory. Rates of self-harm and associations between self-harm and suicidal behaviors are reported. The findings support the hypotheses of a higher degree of psychiatric symptomatology in patients with self-harm behavior compared to those w
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Elsevier; Elsevier
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ISSN : 0022-3999 CODEN : JPCRAT
Source
Journal of psychosomatic research A. 2006, vol. 61, n° 1, pp. 113-121 [9 pages] [bibl. : 39 ref.]
Langue
Anglais
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