Year: 1982 Source: Annual Meeting of the American Association of Suicidology, (15th: 1982: New York), p.32-33 SIEC No: 19841334

Recent research suggests that adolescents with cyclothymia may be at increased risk for serious suicidal behavior. The data suggests that there exists an identifiable group of adolescents who experience increased frequency and intensity of suicidal thoughts and behavior compared to normal controls and off-spring of other psychiatric controls.