Published on in Vol 15, No 12 (2013): December

Exploring the Use and Effects of Deliberate Self-Harm Websites: An Internet-Based Study

Exploring the Use and Effects of Deliberate Self-Harm Websites: An Internet-Based Study

Exploring the Use and Effects of Deliberate Self-Harm Websites: An Internet-Based Study

Journals

  1. Mullen G, Dowling C, O’Reilly G. Internet use among young people with and without mental health difficulties. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine 2018;35(1):11 View
  2. Lewis S, Seko Y. A Double-Edged Sword: A Review of Benefits and Risks of Online Nonsuicidal Self-Injury Activities. Journal of Clinical Psychology 2016;72(3):249 View
  3. Marchant A, Hawton K, Stewart A, Montgomery P, Singaravelu V, Lloyd K, Purdy N, Daine K, John A, Choo K. A systematic review of the relationship between internet use, self-harm and suicidal behaviour in young people: The good, the bad and the unknown. PLOS ONE 2017;12(8):e0181722 View
  4. Davis S, Lewis C. Addiction to Self-harm? The Case of Online Postings on Self-harm Message Boards. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction 2019;17(4):1020 View
  5. Khazaal Y, Chatton A, Rothen S, Achab S, Thorens G, Zullino D, Gmel G. Psychometric properties of the 7-item game addiction scale among french and German speaking adults. BMC Psychiatry 2016;16(1) View
  6. Jacob N, Evans R, Scourfield J. The influence of online images on self‐harm: A qualitative study of young people aged 16–24. Journal of Adolescence 2017;60(1):140 View
  7. Lewis S, Seko Y, Joshi P. The impact of YouTube peer feedback on attitudes toward recovery from non-suicidal self-injury: An experimental pilot study. DIGITAL HEALTH 2018;4:205520761878049 View
  8. Eichenberg C, Schott M. An Empirical Analysis of Internet Message Boards for Self-Harming Behavior. Archives of Suicide Research 2017;21(4):672 View
  9. Romeu D, Guthrie E, Brennan C, Farley K, House A. Online Resources for People Who Self-Harm and Those Involved in Their Informal and Formal Care: Observational Study with Content Analysis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2020;17(10):3532 View
  10. Bailey E, Rice S, Robinson J, Nedeljkovic M, Alvarez-Jimenez M. Theoretical and empirical foundations of a novel online social networking intervention for youth suicide prevention: A conceptual review. Journal of Affective Disorders 2018;238:499 View
  11. Cheung T, Yip P. Self‐harm in nurses: prevalence and correlates. Journal of Advanced Nursing 2016;72(9):2124 View
  12. Scourfield J, Colombo G, Burnap P, Evans R, Jacob N, Williams M, Caul S. The Number and Characteristics of Newspaper and Twitter Reports on Suicides and Road Traffic Deaths in Young People. Archives of Suicide Research 2019;23(3):507 View
  13. Kaess M, Koenig J, Bauer S, Moessner M, Fischer-Waldschmidt G, Mattern M, Herpertz S, Resch F, Brown R, In-Albon T, Koelch M, Plener P, Schmahl C, Edinger A. Self-injury: Treatment, Assessment, Recovery (STAR): online intervention for adolescent non-suicidal self-injury - study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials 2019;20(1) View
  14. Sindoni M. ‘#YouCanTalk’: A multimodal discourse analysis of suicide prevention and peer support in the AustralianBeyondBlueplatform. Discourse & Communication 2020;14(2):202 View
  15. Khazaal Y, Achab S, Billieux J, Thorens G, Zullino D, Dufour M, Rothen S. Factor Structure of the Internet Addiction Test in Online Gamers and Poker Players. JMIR Mental Health 2015;2(2):e12 View
  16. Khasawneh A, Chalil Madathil K, Dixon E, Wiśniewski P, Zinzow H, Roth R. Examining the Self-Harm and Suicide Contagion Effects of the Blue Whale Challenge on YouTube and Twitter: Qualitative Study. JMIR Mental Health 2020;7(6):e15973 View
  17. Marchant A, Hawton K, Burns L, Stewart A, John A. Impact of Web-Based Sharing and Viewing of Self-Harm–Related Videos and Photographs on Young People: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(3):e18048 View
  18. Kruzan K, Whitlock J, Bazarova N. Examining the Relationship Between the Use of a Mobile Peer-Support App and Self-Injury Outcomes: Longitudinal Mixed Methods Study. JMIR Mental Health 2021;8(1):e21854 View
  19. Lee S, Yim M, Hur J. Beneath the surface: clinical and psychosocial correlates of posting nonsuicidal self-injury content online among female young adults. Computers in Human Behavior 2022;132:107262 View
  20. Himelein-Wachowiak M, Giorgi S, Kwarteng A, Schriefer D, Smitterberg C, Yadeta K, Bragard E, Devoto A, Ungar L, Curtis B. Getting “clean” from nonsuicidal self-injury: Experiences of addiction on the subreddit r/selfharm. Journal of Behavioral Addictions 2022;11(1):128 View
  21. Stänicke L, Hermansen M, Halvorsen M. A transitional object for relatedness and self‐development—A meta‐synthesis of youths' experience of engagement in self‐harm content online. Child & Family Social Work 2024;29(1):270 View
  22. Holm M, Østergaard L, Aamund K, Jørgensen K, Midtgaard J, Vinberg M, Nordentoft M. What methods are used in research of firsthand experiences with online self-harming and suicidal behavior? A scoping review. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry 2024;78(3):165 View
  23. Hulin J, Huddy V, Oliver P, Marshall J, Mohindra A, Delaney B, Mitchell C. Experiences of support for people who access voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations for self-harm: a qualitative study with stakeholder feedback. BMC Public Health 2024;24(1) View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Bürger A, Kaess M. Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie des Kindes- und Jugendalters. View