Year: 2009 Source: School Psychology Review, v.38, no.2, (2009), p.244-248 SIEC No: 20100220

In this commentary, the author briefly describes his interpersonal-psychological theory of suicidal behaviour & argues that the theory’s constructs may allow a new level of focus & specificity for suicide prevention in general & for school-based suicide prevention in particular. In doing so, he discusses findings & concepts from other articles in this issue of “School Psychology Review” & suggests some avenues for future research. (16 refs.)

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