Attentional bias and the Suicide Status Form: Behavioral perseveration of written responses

Given the vast public health problem of suicide, the need for more effective assessment of suicidal risk is clear. The major approaches applied to this challenge include various direct approaches (e.g., suicide-focused interviews) and indirect approaches (e.g., implicit methodologies or “occult” assessments) that tend to assess an attentional bias for suicidal risk, the latter of […]