Year: 1981 Source: Journal of Rural Community Psychology, v.2, no.1, (1981), p.39-41 SIEC No: 19820032

This article details suicide statistics in Wyoming from 1960 to 1975, including data on gender, marital status, age, natives, method, location, time of suicide, rural & urban rates, & the effects of population change. The authors conclude that Wyoming’s suicide pattern is different from those elsewhere because of its fairly uniform distribution throughout the social classes, higher use of guns, & markedly elevated male rates.