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Understanding suicidal behaviour : the suicidal process approach to research, treatment and prevention

  title={Understanding suicidal behaviour : the suicidal process approach to research, treatment and prevention},
  author={Kees van Heeringen},
About the Editors. List of Contributors. Introduction. PART I THE SUICIDAL PROCESS: AN OVERVIEW OF RESEARCH FINDINGS The Suicidal Process and Related Concepts (K. von Heeringen) Pathways to Suicide: The Epidemiology of the Suicidal Process Ad (Kerkhof and E. Arensman) Stress and Suicidal Behaviour (L. Traskman-Bendz and A. Westrin) About the Biological Interface between Psychotraumatic Experiences and Affective Dysregulation (H.M. van Praag) Psychological Aspects of the Suicidal Process (J.M.G… Expand
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