Suicide proneness in college students: relationships with gender, procrastination, and achievement motivation.

@article{Klibert2011SuicidePI,
  title={Suicide proneness in college students: relationships with gender, procrastination, and achievement motivation.},
  author={Jeffrey Klibert and Jennifer Langhinrichsen-Rohling and Amy Luna and Michelle Robichaux},
  journal={Death studies},
  year={2011},
  volume={35 7},
  pages={625-45}
}
This study examined the relationships between 2 academic dispositions (i.e., procrastination and achievement motivation) and 2 indices of suicidal proneness in college women and men. The degree these 2 academic dispositions could predict unique variance in suicide proneness scores, above and beyond the influence of depression and self-esteem was also examined for each gender. Participants included 475 (336 women, 139 men) undergraduates from a southeastern university. For both genders… CONTINUE READING