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Stress-induced alterations in resting-state functional connectivity among adolescents with non-suicidal self-injury

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Otto, Alexandra ; Jarvers, Irina ; Kandsperger, Stephanie ; Reichl, Corinna ; Ando, Ayaka ; Koenig, Julian ; Kaess, Michael ; Brunner, Romuald
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Background Non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) is a major mental health problem among youth worldwide. Dysfunction in emotion regulation contributes to NSSI, but research on the underlying neurobiological mechanisms of NSSI is limited. Adolescents with emotion regulation difficulties are vulnerable to stress, making them susceptible to maladaptive coping mechanisms such as NSSI. Methods This ...


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