Year: 1975 Source: Psychology, v.12, no.2, (1975), p.3-5 SIEC No: 19832966

Studied 194 attempted suicides (96 white, 98 black) admitted to a general hospital. Few differences between those of different racial groups were revealed, in contrast to H. Hendin’s (1969) assertion that black attempted suicides differ greatly from white. Some of the differences appeared to be a result of general differences in lifestyle of different subcultures.