Single Versus Multiple Suicide Attempts: A Prospective Examination of Psychiatric Factors and Wish to Die/Wish to Live Index Among Military and Civilian Psychiatrically Admitted Patients.

@article{Kochanski2018SingleVM,
  title={Single Versus Multiple Suicide Attempts: A Prospective Examination of Psychiatric Factors and Wish to Die/Wish to Live Index Among Military and Civilian Psychiatrically Admitted Patients.},
  author={Kristen M Kochanski and Su Yeon Lee-Tauler and Gregory K Brown and A. T. Beck and K. Udari Eshani Perera and Ludv{\'i}k Nov{\'a}k and Jessica M LaCroix and Ren{\'e} M. Lento and Marjan Ghahramanlou-Holloway},
  journal={The Journal of nervous and mental disease},
  year={2018},
  volume={206 8},
  pages={
          657-661
        }
}
Individuals with multiple suicide attempts have a greater risk for eventual suicide death. We investigated clinical differences in participants with single versus multiple suicide attempts. Individuals with multiple attempts were more likely to have severe depressive symptoms, drug use disorder, and a higher wish to die. Borderline personality disorder traits and drug use disorder were significant predictors of multiple attempts when adjusting for other psychiatric disorders. Participants with… CONTINUE READING
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