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Abstract Suicidal behavior constitutes a serious public and mental health problem. In many countries suicide ranks among the top 10 causes of death. In 1980 around the world an estimated 300,000 to 440,000 committed suicide. In addition, at least 10 times as many persons made a suicide attempt...
Abstract The World Health Organization maintains a data bank on suicide motality into which 97 of the Organization's 166 Member States report data in accordance with the ICD. his paper examines the rates and trends of suicide in old age. It is observed that suicide trends vary tremendously among...
Abstract Suicide and homicide can be seen as interwoven expressions of lethal violence. Both forms of annihilation result from a combination of negative life events. Easterlin/Holinger suggested that one such event might result from the impact of the size of the cohort on the behavior of its own...
Abstract New information continues to emerge at a bewildering pace in biological science. This has resulted in a challenge to the clinician, both to remain abreast of the information and to determine its usefulness. This challenge is as true in suicide as in other aspects of modem psychiatry....
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