Body-Esteem, Symptom Severity and Psychosocial Quality of life in Adolescents with Trichotillomania and Pathological Skin Picking
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Abstract of the thesis
Trichotillomania (hair-pulling disorder, HPD) is a psychiatric condition found in approximately 1-3% of adults (Christenson, Pyle, & Mitchell, 1991) that is characterized by chronic and excessive pulling out of one’s hair which ultimately results in hair loss. HPD is associated with clinically significant distress and is not better explained by another psychiatric disorder or general medical condition.
Unfortunately, though true rates are unknown at this time, HPD maybe even more common in youth than adults (Tolin et al., 2008), with typical onset during childhood (11-13 years; (Christenson, 1995; Keuthen et al., 2001).
Researcher of the Thesis
- Elle Brennan
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