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OBJECTIVE The current study examined emotional and behavioral sequelae in children who have experienced parental suicide by completing a secondary analysis of data from the Grief Research Study, a longitudinal study of childhood bereavement. METHOD Twenty-six suicide-bereaved (SB) children, aged 5 to 17 years, were compared with 332 children bereaved from(More)
OBJECTIVE Although structured interviews are currently considered essential assessment strategies for conducting research, the data they generate are typically not used for purposes beyond making categorical determinations about diagnoses. Because of the need for dimensional scales to be used in conjunction with categorical data, two dimensional scales(More)
OBJECTIVE The current study extends the authors' earlier examination of suicide-bereaved (SB) children from the Grief Research Study, a longitudinal study of childhood bereavement after parental death, by examining the children's family history of psychopathology and family environment before and after death. METHOD Twenty-six SB children, aged 5 to 17(More)
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