Year: 1989 Source: Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, v.79, no.3, (March 1979), p.238-240 SIEC No: 19900096

A study of the states of the United States showed that suicide rates using car exhaust were lower in states that had lower rates of car ownership, a greater proportion of the population living in non-urban areas & that were further north. The implications of theses results for a public approach to suicide prevention are discussed. (DL)