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Brief case studies of single-vehicle crashes are used to explore the relationship between this method of death and the intent to suicide. The concept of parasuicide guides this investigation and the data reported suggest that the hypothesized relationship may be valid. The authors conclude with a discussion of implications involving this mode of behavior.
Creating public awareness of the new wave of sexually transmitted diseases masks the fact that gonorrhea continues to be the major communicable infection related to sexual activity. This report evaluates public health models that focus on the carriers of gonorrhea. Data pertaining to patients who were examined and treated at a public health clinic are… (More)
Recently it has been suggested that social-psychological profiles of suicide attempters are useful to identify high-risk persons. There also is evidence that the complexity of interpersonal and intrapersonal factors constrict the extent to which such identification can be made. Using data from a nonprobability sample of 455 adolescent and youthful… (More)