Year: 2013 Source: Journal of Youth and Adolescence.(2013).42(6):807-820.DOI: 10.1007/s10964-012-9884-2 SIEC No: 20130702

To develop and refine interventions to prevent youth suicide, knowledge is needed about specific processes that reduce risk at a population level. Using a cross-sectional design, the present study tested hypotheses regarding associations between self-reported suicide attempts, emotion regulation difficulties, and positive youthÐadult relationships among 7,978 high-school students (48.6 % male, 49.9 % female) in 30 high schools from predominantly rural, low-income communities.

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