By Their Own Young Hand: Deliberate Self-Harm and Suicidal Ideas in Adolescents

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Figure 3.1Methods of deliberate self-harm described by adolescents in our schools study who reported harming themselves in the previous year49
Figure 3.2Methods of deliberate self-harm described by adolescents in our schools study who reported harming themselves in the previous year, by gender51
Figure 3.3Motives for deliberate self-harm reported by adolescents in our schools study who had harmed themselves in the previous year54
Figure 3.4Iceberg model showing the percentage of adolescents in our schools study who reported presenting or not presenting to hospital following their most recent act of deliberate self-harm59
Figure 4.1Frequency of deliberate self-harm by age and gender in 12to 18-year-olds presenting to the general hospital in Oxford, 1990–200368
Figure 4.2Association between deliberate self-harm and drug use in the previous year in self-harmers compared with other adolescents in our schools study76
Figure 4.3Association between deliberate self-harm in the previous year and alcohol use in our schools study77
Figure 4.4Association between deliberate self-harm in the previous year and smoking in our schools study78
Figure 4.5Association between deliberate self-harm in the previous year and having friends who had also engaged in deliberate selfharm in the previous year in our schools study85
Figure 5.1Coping strategies employed by adolescents in our schools study when faced with stressful situations, according to history of deliberate self-harm, thoughts of self-harm or neither100
Figure 5.2Coping strategies employed by adolescents in our schools study when faced with stressful situations, according to history of deliberate self-harm, thoughts of self-harm or neither, by gender101
Figure 5.3People with whom adolescents in our schools study felt that they could talk about problems, according to history of deliberate self-harm, thoughts of self-harm or neither, by gender103
Figure 5.4Sources of help approached by adolescents in our schools study engaging in deliberate self-harm, by gender104
Figure AIII.1Cycle of self-harm206

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