Year: 1984 Source: Psychological Reports, v.54, (1984), p.628 SIEC No: 19850185

In a study of suicide rates among communist nations, the author found high rates in the nations of Hungary, Czechoslavakia, Bulgaria, Poland & Yugoslavia. He states that Eastern European nations appear to have always had high rates & concludes they cannot be attributed to transient changes in the system of government but must be related to other cultural factors.(NBB)