Integrative Understanding of Familial Impulsivity, Early Adversity and Suicide Risk

@article{Lima2017IntegrativeUO,
  title={Integrative Understanding of Familial Impulsivity, Early Adversity and Suicide Risk},
  author={Isabela Maria Magalh{\~a}es Lima and Leandro Fernandes Malloy-Diniz and D{\'e}bora Marques de Miranda and Ant{\^o}nio Geraldo da Silva and Fernando da Silva Neves and Sheri L. Johnson},
  journal={Frontiers in Psychology},
  year={2017},
  volume={8}
}
Introduction: Impulsivity is a core characteristic of bipolar disorder and it was observed as elevated in individuals with the disorder and in their relatives. Both impulsivity and history of maltreatment are risk factors for suicide attempts, however, these two key variables may not be independent, given the fact that parental impulsivity and associated social context could increase the risk of child maltreatment. In this study it was examined the association between the impulsivity of… 

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