attempter


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This study was designed to examine the relationship between suicide acceptability and religious well-being, and to investigate the differences that may exist between African American suicide attempters and non-attempters on these two concepts.
So, if the completed crime includes a particular result, such as "pecuniary loss," it suffices that the attempter intend that there should be pecuniary loss.
Here, suicide attempts directly affect future utility via health costs and income, either because the attempt elicits direct income transfers or because it results in care that enables the attempter to improve his or her own life, productivity, and earnings.
88) in a mixed psychiatric and community suicide attempter group.
I do not think it is unreasonable to treat him like the ordinary murderer rather than the ordinary attempter.
I]t may be misleading to speak of the moral luck of the attempter, since it may tend
At the same time, when a client comes to an agency for counseling after making a suicide attempt, counselors may approach the recent attempter with ambivalence about exploring the attempt fully due to a lack of knowledge about how to assess and treat suicidal clients, a fear of precipitating a subsequent attempt, or frustration about the perceived intention of the attempt, among other concerns (Bongar, 2001).
Self-injurious implicit attitudes among adolescent suicide attempters versus those engaged in nonsuicidal self-injury.
Predictors of suicidal behavior in a sample of Turkish suicide attempters.
Investigation of the Demographic Characteristics and Mental Health in Self- Immolation Attempters, International Journal of High Risk Behaviors and Addiction, 2(2): 77-81.
Hopelessness, depression, and suicidal intent among adolescent suicide attempters.
In a 2008 study of suicide attempters (n = 351), Nordentoft and Branner found that women who attempted suicide had less suicidal intention, lower self-esteem, and higher depression levels than their male counterparts.
The scale had good reliability and predictive validity, distinguishing between suicidal ideators from suicide attempters.
They found that suicide attempters had more than twice as much quinolinic acid in their spinal fluid as the healthy people, which indicated increased glutamate signaling between nerve cells.
Mary Bongiovi-Garcia and colleagues found that almost 19% of suicide attempters and nearly 30% of those with suicidal ideation were not identified as such in the chart at the time of psychiatric admission (J.