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To date, research on risk for self-harming behavior has been oflimited success. This has led to difficulty in predicting self-harm, anddeveloping effective intervention programs. The existing predictionliterature has focused on static risk factors, failed to adequately define or measure many important constructs, and has not yet developed predictionschemes of adequate accuracy. The current intervention literature is bothsmall and methodologically poor. This paper presents results from adoi:10.17918/etd-335 fatcat:4zxi4rotdzbpzajef4nzpdjnlq