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2016 | 15 | 2 | 32-55
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Rola przemocy doświadczonej w dzieciństwie w podejmowaniu samouszkodzeń

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The role of childhood abuse in non-suicidal self-injury
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Wśród wielu różnych wskazywanych w piśmiennictwie uwarunkowań samouszkodzeń bez intencji samobójczej (non-suicidal self-injury) za ważne uznaje się doświadczaną w dzieciństwie przemoc fizyczną, emocjonalną i wykorzystanie seksualne. Istnieją jednak również dane wskazujące na niewielki związek wskazanych wyżej form przemocy z dokonywaniem samouszkodzeń. Celem artykułu jest przegląd wybranych modeli wiążących przemoc z samouszkodzeniami, a także analiza aktualnych badań empirycznych na temat związków różnych form przemocy z samouszkodzeniami z uwzględnieniem takich zmiennych, jak dysocjacja i wczesnodziecięca separacja, a także swoiste cechy środowiska rodzinnego.
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Alongside various factors there are certain forms of childhood abuse, i.e. physical, emotional and sexual abuse regarded as important in the etiology of non- suicidal self- injury (NSSI). However, there is also evidence for a limited link between theseforms of abuse and NSSI. The aim of this article is to review certain models explaining the link between childhood abuse and NSSI, and analyze current empirical research on the relationship between different forms of abuse and NSSI. Factors such as dissociation, early childhood separation, as well as specific features of the family environment also will be taken into account.
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