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Suicide Note Classification Using Natural Language Processing: A Content Analysis
Suicide is the second leading cause of death among 25–34 year olds and the third leading cause of death among 15–25 year olds in the United States. In the Emergency Department, where suicidalExpand
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Suicide Notes: Predictive Clues and Patterns
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Suicide: a multidimensional malaise.
  • A. Leenaars
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Suicide & life-threatening behavior
  • 1 September 1996
No one really knows why human beings commit suicide. The goal of this paper is to provide a psychological point of view on the topic, among the many other perspectives that are needed. It addressesExpand
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Psychological Autopsy Studies as Diagnostic Tools: Are they Methodologically Flawed?
One of the most established “truths” in suicidology is that almost all (90% or more) of those who kill themselves suffer from one or more mental disorders, and a causal link between the two isExpand
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Discovering the truth in attempted suicide.
The findings of an international workshop on improving clinical interactions between mental health workers and suicidal patients are reported. Expert clinician-researchers identified commonExpand
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Life time suicidal thoughts in an urban community in Hanoi, Vietnam
BackgroundSuicidal thought is a risk factor and a stage in the suicidal process from planning to attempting and dying by suicide. To date, studies on suicidal thought in the general population,Expand
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Psychotherapy with Suicidal People
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Consultations for research in suicidology
Science means research. Current research in suicidology, however, needs development. Therefore, a task force was established by the International Academy for Suicide Research (IASR) to makeExpand
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Psychotherapy with Suicidal People: A Person-centred Approach
About the Author. Preface. Acknowledgements. Part I: Understanding. Chapter 1: Suicide. Chapter 2: Suicide: A Multidimensional Malaise. Chapter 3: Unconscious Processes. Chapter 4: Cognition,Expand
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Suicide in the United kingdom and ireland.
The purpose of this study was to compare epidemiological trends in suicide for the three regions of the United Kingdom (England and Wales, Northern Ireland, and Scotland) and for Ireland from 1960 toExpand
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