Year: 2001 Source: Psychological Reports, v.89, no.2, (October 2001), p.326 SIEC No: 20030367

This article examines morality rates from tuberculosis & suicide. The article notes that these mortality rates may be considered to be social indicators of a nation’s functioning. The article used the World Health Organization’s 1990 & 1995 reports on mortality to examine the hypothesis. Population groups from around the World were studied: Belgium; Bulgaria; Croatia; Czech Republic; Denmark; Estonia; Finland; France; Germany; Greece; Hungary; Ireland; Israel; Italy; Kazakhstan; United Kingdom; Krygstan; Latvia; Lithuania; Moldova; Spain; Slovenia; Sweden; and Switzerland.