Year: 1994 Source: Annual Meeting of the American Association of Suicidology, (27th: 1994: New York), p.37-38 SIEC No: 19960862

This study assessed the effects of 3 types of school-based suicide prevention on jr.high students.The area of the experimental curricula were mental health, problem-solving & a combination of the two. Researchers found that all curricula was able to reduce either suicide risk or depression; that the combination and problem-solving curricula were more effective than the mental health & that gender and racial differences exist for the effectiveness of all curricula.