Year: 1974 Source: Psychology, v.11, no.2, (1974), p.32-34 SIEC No: 19832970

A comparison of attempted suicide among Protestant and Catholic subjects revealed only eight significant differences out of fifty-five possible differences. Thus, on the whole, the groups proved to be quite similar. The major differences were that among Protestant subjects, suicide attempters were more often female & black, were in poorer physical health, & were less suicidal after their suicidal action. G W.