Direct and Indirect Self-Harm Inventory (DISH)

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.

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Reference

Green, J.D., Hatgis, C., Kearns, J.C., Nock, M.K., & Marx, B.P. (2017). The direct and indirect self-harm inventory (DISH): A new measure for assessing high-risk and self-harm behaviors among military veterans. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 18(3), 208-14.

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