Person factors associated with suicidal behavior among African American women and men.

@article{Kaslow2004PersonFA,
  title={Person factors associated with suicidal behavior among African American women and men.},
  author={Nadine J Kaslow and Ann Webb Price and Sarah N Wyckoff and Marnette Bender Grall and Alissa R Sherry and Sharon Young and Larry Scholl and Venus Millington Upshaw and Akil Rashid and Emily Blake Jackson and Kafi Bethea},
  journal={Cultural diversity & ethnic minority psychology},
  year={2004},
  volume={10 1},
  pages={5-22}
}
This study compared person risk factors among the following groups of low-income, African American adults in an urban, public hospital: (a) suicide attempters and nonattempters, (b) male and female attempters, and (c) all 4 groups (50 female attempters, 50 female nonattempters, 50 male attempters, and 50 male nonattempters). Participants completed psychological distress, aggression, substance use, cognitive processes, religiosity/spirituality, and ethnic identity measures. Compared with… CONTINUE READING