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Taking a Transdiagnostic Approach to Understanding Self-Injury

Millions of people are affected by self-injury, especially adolescents and young adults.  Researchers propose a four-function model to guide future research investigating the causes and consequences of self-injury. ... More>


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Can Shame Predict Whether a Released Felon Will Reoffend?


Talking About Social Class Boosts Grades of First-Generation College Students

A one-hour intervention focused on discussions of social class significantly narrowed the achievement gap between first-generation college students and students who had a least one parent with a college degree. ... More>


After Committing a Crime, Guilt and Shame Predict Re-Offense

New research suggests that the degree to which inmates’ express guilt or shame may provide an indicator of how likely they are to re-offend. ... More>