Examining state self-criticism and self-efficacy as factors underlying hopelessness and suicidal ideation

Introduction When people feel hopeless, they are more likely to think about suicide. Prior work has shown that both hopelessness and suicidal ideation fluctuate over time; however, there are likely other contextual factors underlying increased hopelessness and suicidal ideation in moments of time. Method In two studies using retrospective recall of a real event (Study […]

Self-disgust and tis relationship with lifetime suicidal ideation and behavior: Results from a cross-sectional, internet-based survey

Background: The emotion disgust is typically directed toward stimuli in the external environment, but sometimes people develop self-directed disgust responses. Aims: The current questionnaire study focused on the role of self-disgust in lifetime suicidal ideation and behavior. Method: A total of 1,167 individuals participated in an Internet-based survey containing self-report measures of self-disgust, externally directed disgust proneness, coping styles, diagnoses […]