Relationships with parents and peers, attitudes towards school, and preferred spare-time activities in young adolescents reporting self-harm.
|Druh||Článek ve sborníku|
|Konference||Inpact 2013. International Psychological Applications Conference and Trends. Book of Proceedings|
|Fakulta / Pracoviště MU|
|Klíčová slova||self-harm; peers; parents; school; early adolescents|
|Popis||The study is an extension of our large-scale survey addressing the issue of self-harm prevalence among adolescents in a broader context. The main objective was to examine the connections between the occurrence of self-harming behaviour in young adolescents, and the quality of their relationships with parents and peers, attitudes to school, academic aspirations, and preferred spare-time activities. Significant associations between self-harming behavior of young adolescents and the quality of their relationships with parents and peers, attitudes to school, and preferred spare-time activities were found; these findings may have importance in targeting of the intervention programs.|