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Self-injuries in adolescents: social competence, emotional intelligence, and stigmatization
Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology
Social competence, emotional intelligence, and strategies of coping with stress were investigated in adolescents who commit acts of self-injury. Furthermore, the extent to which stigma influences changes in psychological functioning of self-injuring persons also was examined. The methodology consisted of recognized self-reporting psychometric tools. Findings revealed substantial disturbances in all of the above mentioned psychological aspects of functioning of the self-injured. There werepmid:19218662 fatcat:dj62psvt5bea5if4a74c3vmj2i