What predicts suicide attempts in women with eating disorders?

@article{Franko2004WhatPS,
  title={What predicts suicide attempts in women with eating disorders?},
  author={Debra L. Franko and Pamela K. Keel and David J. Dorer and Mark A. Blais and Sherrie Selwyn Delinsky and Kamryn T Eddy and Valerie Charat and R. L. Renn and David B. Herzog},
  journal={Psychological Medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={34},
  pages={843 - 853}
}
Background. Suicide is a common cause of death in anorexia nervosa and suicide attempts occur often in both anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. No studies have examined predictors of suicide attempts in a longitudinal study of eating disorders with frequent follow-up intervals. The objective of this study was to determine predictors of serious suicide attempts in women with eating disorders. Method. In a prospective longitudinal study, women diagnosed with either DSM-IV anorexia nervosa (n… 
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The notion that internalizing personality traits combined with impulsivity may increase the probability of suicidal behaviors in patients with bulimia nervosa is supported.
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