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SELF-DAMAGING BEHAVIORS IN BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER: A FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT OF SELF-HARM, SUBSTANCE USE, AND DISORDERED EATING BEHAVIORS
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is an enduring personality disorder marked by severe self-damaging behaviors such as self-harm, substance use, and disordered eating behaviors. This study examined the emotional antecedents and consequences of self-damaging behavior (self-harm, binge drinking, substance use, and disordered eating behavior) among individualls who report features of BPD to assess the function of these behaviors. Additionally, this study examined whether self-reporteddoi:10.34944/dspace/1092 fatcat:lm733si6gff7bkrkao5ofldfgy