Social Problem Solving, Mood, and Suicidality Among Inpatient Adolescents

@article{Reinecke2004SocialPS,
  title={Social Problem Solving, Mood, and Suicidality Among Inpatient Adolescents},
  author={Mark A. Reinecke and David Lane Dubois and Theresa M. Schultz},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={25},
  pages={743-756}
}
Relationships between social problem solving, mood, and suicidality were examined in a sample of 105 adolescent psychiatric inpatients (ages 12–18). Youth were administered the Social Problem-Solving Inventory—Revised (T. D'Zurilla & A. Maydeu-Olivares, 1995) as well as standardized self-report and interview measures of dysphoria, hopelessness, anxiety, and suicidality. Results indicated that a negative problem orientation as well as an avoidant or impulsive problem-solving style were… CONTINUE READING