Domains: Frequency and reasons for engaging in four types of self-harm (body alterations, indirect self-harm, failure to care for self, and overt self-injury/NSSI), assessed by method.
Domain: Self-reported motivation for NSSI.
Domains: Self-harm behaviors assessed include NSSI, suicidal behaviors, intentional interpersonally destructive behaviors, and intentional medically self-harming behaviors.
Domains: Cognitions about NSSI-related scars
Domains: Implicit self-associations with NSSI stimuli
Domains: Expectancies regarding outcomes of NSSI (affect regulation, negative social outcomes, communication, pain, negative self-beliefs).
Domains: DSM-5 proposed diagnostic criteria for NSSI Disorder.
Domains: NSSI frequency, methods, and functions.
Domain: Psychosocial impact of NSSI.
Domains: High risk behaviors, indirect self-harm behaviors, and NSSI in the past year, structured to reduce priming effects and other factors that may contribute to underreporting of self-harm behaviors among men. The DISH also assesses reasons for, contextual factors around, and suicidal intent of assessed behaviors.