Year: 2003 Source: Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, v.33, no.4, (Winter 2003), p.389-399 SIEC No: 20040993

The purpose of this study was to examine affective, behavioral, & cognitive functioning in adolescents with multiple suicide attempts. 47 adolescents with a history of multiple suicide attempts (MA) were compared to 74 single suicide attempters (SA) on psychiatric diagnosis, depressive symptoms, affect regulation, self-mutilation, alcohol use, & hopelessness. Results are discussed. (46 refs)