Apples to oranges?: a direct comparison between suicide attempters and suicide completers.

@article{Dejong2010ApplesTO,
  title={Apples to oranges?: a direct comparison between suicide attempters and suicide completers.},
  author={Timothy M Dejong and James C. Overholser and Craig A Stockmeier},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={2010},
  volume={124 1-2},
  pages={
          90-7
        }
}
BACKGROUND Suicide attempters and completers may represent different but overlapping groups of distressed individuals. Although depression is related to an increased risk of suicide, the presence of depression may not discriminate suicide attempters from completers. The present study compared suicide attempters and suicide completers on symptoms of depression, the presence of suicide-related variables and stressful life events. AIMS The present study sought to identify the key differences… CONTINUE READING

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