Co-occurring risk behaviors among White, Black, and Hispanic US high school adolescents with suicide attempts requiring medical attention, 1999–2007: Implications for future prevention initiatives

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To identify subtypes of adolescent suicide attempters by examining risk profiles related to substance use, violent behavior, and depressive symptoms. To examine the relationship between these subtypes and having had two or more suicide attempts during the past year. To explore race and gender differences across subtypes of suicide attempters. Data were… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00127-010-0322-z

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@article{Pea2010CooccurringRB, title={Co-occurring risk behaviors among White, Black, and Hispanic US high school adolescents with suicide attempts requiring medical attention, 1999–2007: Implications for future prevention initiatives}, author={Juan B. Pe{\~n}a and Monica M. Matthieu and Luis H. Zayas and Katherine E. Masyn and Eric D. Caine}, journal={Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology}, year={2010}, volume={47}, pages={29-42} }