Correlates of suicide attempt history in bipolar disorder: a stress-diathesis perspective.

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OBJECTIVES Distinguishing clinical characteristics of bipolar patients who have made a suicide attempt may help to identify at-risk individuals. We sought to identify such factors and to consider them within a stress-diathesis model of suicidal behavior. METHODS Patients with bipolar disorder (N = 96) were compared with respect to the presence or absence… (More)

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@article{Grunebaum2006CorrelatesOS, title={Correlates of suicide attempt history in bipolar disorder: a stress-diathesis perspective.}, author={Michael F Grunebaum and Sarah R Ramsay and Hanga C. Galfalvy and Steven P. Ellis and Ainsley Keller Burke and L Sher and David J Printz and David Alexander Kahn and J. John Mann and Maria A. Oquendo}, journal={Bipolar disorders}, year={2006}, volume={8 5 Pt 2}, pages={551-7} }