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Abstract A preliminary investigation of the widespread nature of completed suicides in the Kemerovo region from 1980 to 1995 is presented. It is stated that the number of suicides in Kuzbass exceeds the all-Russia indices by more than 1.5 times. The possible reasons for this phenomenon are...
Abstract This report extends the present range of observed gender differences in suicide as demonstrated by a prospective study of 2,756 depressed and/or suicidal inpatients followed for four years. Each of twelve demographic categories was examined for its relationship to fifteen variables...
Abstract This study compares patients with controls concerning sociodemographic variables and describes Swedish and foreign-born patients concerning psychiatric disorders. suicide risk. history of attempted suicide, suicide method, number of parasuicides and time from discharge to suicide. It is...
Abstract Adolescent suicide attempters are often noncompliant with outpatient psychotherapy and drop out of treatment much more quickly than non-suicidal adolescents. In this study, 23 adolescents received medical treatment and a standard psychiatric evaluation in an Emergency Department...
Abstract Suicide is not an epiphenomenon of depression; it occurs in conditions other than major depressive episodes. Some anguished, excited patients in the grips of ecdysial or apotheotic fantasies attempt suicide when reality testing fails, feeling it a thrill. When malignant narcissism...
Abstract The well-known fact of suicides of psychiatric inpatients during psychiatric hospital treatment is discussed according to national and international suicide data. In our Baden-Württemberg (Germany) Psychiatric Inpatient Suicide Study an increase in suicide and suicide rates from 1970 to...
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