Year: 1987 Source: Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, v.17, no.1, (Spring 1987), p.50-63 SIEC No: 19871074

Within a multivariate statistical design, the relationship of various interpersonal, emotional, and cognitive variables to suicidal ideation and behavior in college students was examined. Subjects completed self-report measures of life stress, faulty cognitions, loneliness, depression, hopelesness, family cohesiveness, adaptive reasons for living, and suicidal ideation and behavior. Results are discussed in terms of an interactional model.