Year: 1970 Source: Journal of Consulting Clinical Psychology, v.34, (1970), p.144-147 SIEC No: 19840442

A group of patients who had been psychologically tested after having made a suicide attempt were retested in a postal follow-up to ascertain whether significant changes had occurred in their scores on the Neuroticism Scale Questionnaire (NSQ) and Symptom Sign Inventory. Men & women differed significantly in their response to postal retest. Men show no change in their test scores. (12 ref.)