Suicidal ideation in adult offspring of depressed and matched control parents: Childhood and concurrent predictors

@article{Valenstein2012SuicidalII,
  title={Suicidal ideation in adult offspring of depressed and matched control parents: Childhood and concurrent predictors},
  author={Helen Valenstein and R. Cronkite and R. Moos and Cassandra Snipes and C. Timko},
  journal={Journal of Mental Health},
  year={2012},
  volume={21},
  pages={459 - 468}
}
Background Suicidal ideation predicts suicide behaviors; however, research is needed on risk factors for suicidal ideation in adults, a common developmental period for first suicide attempts. Aims To examine childhood and concurrent predictors of suicidal ideation among 340 adult offspring of depressed and matched control parents. Method Parents were assessed at baseline, and adult offspring were assessed 23 years later. Results Offspring who reported past-month suicidal ideation (7%) had… Expand
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