Suicide attempt and risk of substance use disorders among female youths

Objective: To assess the association between suicide attempts among females before 20 years of age and future risk of substance use disorders. Design, Setting, and Participants: In this longitudinal cohort study, females aged 8 to 19 years (hereafter referred to as youths) who attempted suicide were matched with female youths with no attempt between April[…]

The link between non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI), body image and activity on social networking sites among female adolescents with an eating disorder

The link between engagement in non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI)–related activities on SNS (e.g. viewing, commenting, sharing and uploading NSSI content) with body image and NSSI behaviour remains under researched in adolescents with EDs. The main aim of the current research was to examine associations between NSSI-related activities on SNS with body image and NSSI behaviour severity[…]

Suicide attempt endophenotypes: Latent profiles of child and adolescent aggression and impulsivity differentially predict suicide attempt in females

Suicide is a leading cause of death in young adulthood. Identifying early prevention targets to reduce later suicide is a public health priority. Impulsivity and aggression in early childhood may represent actionable early prevention candidate endophenotypes for later suicidal behavior. Our objective is to to understand the association of aggression and impulsivity trajectories with mental[…]

Network structure of depression and anxiety symptoms in Chinese female nursing students

Background
Comorbidity between depressive and anxiety disorders is common. From network perspective, mental disorders arise from direct interactions between symptoms and comorbidity is due to direct interactions between depression and anxiety symptoms. The current study investigates the network structure of depression and anxiety symptoms in Chinese female nursing students and identifies the central and[…]

Accelerating research on suicide risk and prevention in women veterans through research-operations partnerships

Background: Suicide rates for women veterans are increasing faster than for nonveterans. The 2017 suicide rate for women veterans was more than double that for women nonveterans. However, research to inform improved suicide prevention for women veterans is scant. Objectives: To accelerate research on women veterans’ unique risks and resiliencies for suicide, the Department of Veterans Affairs[…]

Comparing negative health indicators in male and female veterans with the Canadian general population

Introduction Sex-based information on differences between Canadian veterans and the general population is important to understand veterans’ unique health needs and identify areas requiring further research. This study compared various health indicators in male and female veterans with their Canadian counterparts.
Methods Health indicators for recent-era Regular Force veterans (released between 1998 and 2015) were obtained[…]

Is there a relationship between the number of female students who were cyberbullied and the number of female students who seriously considered attempting suicide?

In the United States, cyberbullying has become a major public health concern. Indeed, many people who are victims of cyberbullying consider harming themselves. Because criminal justice practitioners are concerned with public safety, this is an area worthy of study. The general purpose of this study is to investigate whether there is a correlation between the[…]

Suicide notes: Unsettled exaggerations by males and females

Touching into the gender differences between males and females in expressing the use of exaggeration expressions, this study analyzes the relevant data using the LIWC tool, the HIP method, and the deficit and difference theories. This study
found that in relation to the gender stereotypes, both males and females speak differently, yet also demonstrate[…]

The time course of responding to aversiveness in females with a history of non-suicidal self-injury

Non-suicidal self-injury is a risk factor for suicidal behavior, particularly in females. Two prominent theories of suicide suggest that habituation to the psychophysiological aversiveness of NSSI is a mechanism by which NSSI exposure may lead to increased risk for suicide. Several laboratory studies examining the relationship between physiological habituation and suicide attempt history have yielded[…]

Suicide ideation in female survivors of military sexual trauma: The trauma source matters

The authors wish to thank the service women and veterans who participated in this study. The authors also wish to thank Dr. Jamison Fargo for statistical consultation, Dr. Ryan Holliday for consultation on this manuscript, and Jordan Kugler, Whitney Livingston, and Felicia Andresen for assistance with data coding.
Funding for this study was provided[…]