Implicit identification with death predicts change in suicide ideation during psychiatric treatment in adolescents

@article{Glenn2017ImplicitIW,
  title={Implicit identification with death predicts change in suicide ideation during psychiatric treatment in adolescents},
  author={C. Glenn and E. Kleiman and D. Coppersmith and Angela C Santee and Erika C Esposito and C. Cha and M. Nock and R. Auerbach},
  journal={Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry},
  year={2017},
  volume={58},
  pages={1319–1329}
}
  • C. Glenn, E. Kleiman, +5 authors R. Auerbach
  • Published 2017
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry
  • BACKGROUND Suicidal thoughts and behaviors are major public health concerns in youth. Unfortunately, knowledge of reliable predictors of suicide risk in adolescents is limited. Promising research using a death stimuli version of the Implicit Association Test (Death IAT) indicates that stronger identification with death differs between adults with and without a history of suicidal thoughts and behaviors and uniquely predicts suicide ideation and behavior. However, research in adolescents is… CONTINUE READING
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