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Abstract A group of 22 individuals with HIV infection who had made acts of self-harm were compared with a sex and age-matched control group of individuals without known HIV infection who had also being involved in acts of deliberate self-harm (DSH). Compared with all DSH individuals referred to...
Abstract Ten typologies of suicide previously proposed by suicidologists were applied to a large sample (N -404) of completed suicide cases and classified by judges as descriptive or not descriptive of each case. Classifications showed a high degree of interrater reliability, and the typologies...
Abstract The suicide rates by age for each gender and race in the U.S.A. for the period 1940-1984 were used to test the general hypothesis that the suicide rate is affected by a combination of economic and social variables and, in particular, to explore the relationship between the economy and...
Abstract Research on aggregated geographical data in such fields as genetics and epidemiology have produced inefficient findings when spatial autocorrelation is present. This inefficiency results from the bias in the standard errors of the regression coefficients for multi-variate studies. It is...
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