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Abstract This study deals with the psychophysiological (electrodermal reactivity in a habituation experiment, habituation score) basis of suicidal behaviour. It shows habituation data of 30 suicides with violent method compared to age- and sex-matched control groups with different suicidal...
Abstract In the 1960s and early 1970s, proportionately more professional women committed suicide than did women in the general population, while professional men committed suicide at rates similar to men in the general population. To provide more recent information, this study explored suicide...
Abstract This research examines the relationships between means-end problem solving and suicidality in a group of Scottish incarcerated young offenders. The paper examines the issue concerning whether trait or state problem-solving deficits are more inextricably linked to suicidality. Using the...
Abstract The present study focuses on 938 suicide attempts by Swedes and foreign-born people living in the catchment area of Lund University Hospital between 1991 and 1994. Foreign-born women older than 74 years of age had the highest rates for attempted suicide. Foreign-born women and men aged...
Abstract The temporal variations (month of the year, day of the week, and time of day) in attempted suicide have been studied from data on 13,553 suicide attempts by persons aged 15 years and over from 13 centres participating in the WHO/EURO Multicentre Study on Parasuicide mainly in the...
Abstract An article recently published in the Archives of Suicide Research (Leenaars & Lester, 1996, 2, 223-234) concerning the impact of the 1977 Canadian gun control legislation on the national gender-specific rates of suicide and homicide concluded that “… the bill had a preventative effect...
Abstract Carrington's comment on our article “Gender and the impact of gun control on homicide and suicide”, recently published in Archives of Suicide Research (1996, 2, 223-234), is a case of an additional statistical analysis technique on the data set. Carrington uses a statistical analysis of...
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