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Student veterans: A national survey exploring psychological symptoms and suicide risk.
The current study explored psychological symptoms, symptom severity, and suicide risk in a national sample (N 628) of student veterans. We hypothesized that the rates, types, and severity of problemsExpand
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Overcoming the fear of lethal injury: evaluating suicidal behavior in the military through the lens of the Interpersonal-Psychological Theory of Suicide.
Suicide rates have been increasing in military personnel since the start of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom, and it is vital that efforts be made to advance suicide riskExpand
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Advances in the assessment of suicide risk.
  • C. Bryan, M. Rudd
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of clinical psychology
  • 1 February 2006
This article reviews and integrates empirically grounded advances in the assessment of suicidality. The practices discussed are consistent with existing standards of care, practice guidelines, andExpand
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The clinical utility of a brief measure of perceived burdensomeness and thwarted belongingness for the detection of suicidal military personnel.
  • C. Bryan
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of clinical psychology
  • 1 October 2011
Perceived burdensomeness (PB) and thwarted belongingness (TB) are important indicators of suicide risk; however, limited research has investigated applicability to military populations, and noExpand
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Longitudinal outcomes after brief behavioral health intervention in an integrated primary care clinic.
The primary aim of the current study was to obtain information about the longitudinal clinical functioning of primary care patients who had received care from behavioral health consultants (BHCs)Expand
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Combat experience and the acquired capability for suicide.
Rising suicide rates are an increasing concern among military personnel. The interpersonal-psychological theory of suicide proposes that three necessary factors are needed to die by suicide: feelingsExpand
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Comparison of concussive symptoms, cognitive performance, and psychological symptoms between acute blast-versus nonblast-induced mild traumatic brain injury.
Blast-related head injuries are one of the most prevalent injuries among military personnel deployed in service of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Although several studies have evaluated symptoms afterExpand
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Severity of mental health impairment and trajectories of improvement in an integrated primary care clinic.
OBJECTIVE To model typical trajectories for improvement among patients treated in an integrated primary care behavioral health service, multilevel models were used to explore the relationship betweenExpand
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Repetitive traumatic brain injury, psychological symptoms, and suicide risk in a clinical sample of deployed military personnel.
IMPORTANCE Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is believed to be one factor contributing to rising suicide rates among military personnel and veterans. This study investigated the association of cumulativeExpand
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Combat Exposure and Risk for Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviors Among Military Personnel and Veterans: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.
Due to seemingly mixed empirical results, questions persist about the possible role of deployments and combat exposure. We conducted a narrative review and meta-analysis of 22 published studies toExpand
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