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    Abstract

    Suicide and Newspapers: a Replicated Study

    To determine the importance of imitation in the act of suicide, the authors replicated a study by Motto that dealt with the relationship of suicide ra

    September 1, 1982
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    Familial Factors in Suicide

    The case histories of 2 identical female twins concordant for serious suicide attempt were examined. Although 1 sister knew about the other's attempt,

    September 1, 1982
    Abstract

    Suicidal Potential Among Adolescents and Young Adults

    Suicide trends among adolescents & young adults constitute a particularly serious concern for society. Unfortunately, many counselors lack specific tr

    September 1, 1982
    Abstract

    Suicide in Professional Groups

    Completed suicide among certain professions are compared to suicide in the general public. The average of the combined suicide rate for physicians/den

    September 1, 1982
    Abstract

    The Efficacy of Cognitive Therapy in Depression: A Treatment Trial Using Cognitive Therapy and Pharmacotherapy, Each Alone and in Combination

    Report compares cognitive therapy, antidepressant drugs & a combination of these two, in depressed patients. All were rated on 7 measures of mood, inc

    September 1, 1982
    Abstract

    Some Familial and Clinical Characteristics of Female Suicidal Psychiatric Patients

    Compared 72 female psychiatric patients who had a history of suicide attempt with 122 who had neither attempted nor contemplated suicide. 128 had expe

    September 1, 1982
    Proceedings

    Mourning as a Family Secret

    This paper describes 2 families whose deep need for mourning, although covertly known to each family member, was not overly acknowledged within the gr

    September 1, 1982
    Abstract

    Suicide Potential in a Normal Adult Population

    A matched study of 100 normal adults and 134 crisis volunteers showed significantly more suicidal thoughts, attempts and guilt among volunteers. Also

    September 1, 1982
    Abstract

    A Suicidal Family

    Describes a family in which 2 male twins, the mother's father, & the father's grandfather had committed suicide and the father had attempted suicide,

    September 1, 1982