Year: 1991 Source: Surviving Suicide, v.3, no.2, (Summer 1991), p.1,6 SIEC No: 19911388

This article describes a study by Lillian Range & Nathan Niss, which compared long-term bereavment resulting from suicide, homicide, accidents, or deaths by other causes. The study found virtually no differences between any of the groups. The author of the article discusses problems with the study, such as the suicide & homicide survivors were grieving friends, while the others were grieving family. The subjects were also college students, which the author asserts is not an average population.