Moderation effects of perfectionism and discrimination on interpersonal factors and suicide ideation.
Wang, K.~~Wong, Y.~~Fu, C.
This study examined the moderating effects of 3 risk factors-perfectionistic personal discrepancy, perfectionistic family discrepancy, and discrimination-on the associations between interpersonal risk factors (i.e., perceived burdensomeness and thwarted belongingness) and suicide ideation in a sample of 466 Asian international students studying in the United States. We focused specifically on perceived discrimination and maladaptive perfectionism as moderating risk factors to Joiner’s (2005) interpersonal theory of suicidal behavior.
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