Does higher‐than‐usual stress predict nonsuicidal self‐injury? Evidence from two prospective studies in adolescent and emerging adult females
Nonsuicidal self‐injury (NSSI) is highly prevalent among adolescent and emerging adult females. Most studies examining the relationship between stress and NSSI largely have relied on aggregate self‐report measures of stress and between‐person models. Using data from two prospective samples, this manuscript tests the hypothesis that within‐person models of NSSI provide better clinical markers of risk for NSSI than between‐person models of NSSI.
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