Year: 1957 Source: New York: McGraw-Hill, 1957. 227p. SIEC No: 19871178

This book is a series of essays on various theoretical and practical aspects of suicide contributed by prominent suicidologists. It is addressed primarily to the clinician, practitioner, psychiatrist, clinical psychologist, family physician, social worker, lawyer and police officer. 18 chapters are grouped under two major headings: “Theoretical and Experimental Considerations” and “Clinical Considerations”. The appendix contains 33 genuine and simulated suicide notes.