Understanding Suicidal Behaviour: The Suicidal Process Approach to Research, Treatment, and Prevention

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SUBJECT INDEX
Absence of rescue, 78
ACTH
reduced response to CRH, 63–4
Action theory, 234–6
Adolescents
attempted suicide, 109
bipolar disorder, 110
Adrenaline, 43
Affective disorder, 110
Affluence and welfare, 188–9
Age
attempted suicide, 25–6
distribution in general population, 185–8
Aggression
diathesis, 173
genetics, 105
pharmacotherapy, 259–60
serotonin, 54
violence and suicidal behaviour, 102–4
Alcohol, 46, 47
Aloofness, 140
Anaclitic personality style, 98
Anger and childhood suicidal
behaviour, 106
Animal studies, 126–30
Animals and self-injurious
behaviour, 120
Anomia, 184
Anorexia nervosa and suicide, 111–13
Anticonvulsants, 264–5
Anxiety
pharmacotherapy, 259–60
suicidal behaviour, 106–7
Arrested flight
and behavioural inhibition, 145 and prefrontal cortex functions, 154
and trait-anxiety, 298
defeat and lack of escape, 78
Attachment
role of oxytocin and vasopressin, 126–7
Attempted suicide
classification, 30–1
cultural variation, 29–30
definition, 4, 19–21
epidemiology, 19–32
explanations, 233
methods, 27–8
motives, 233
psychiatric disorder, 213–14
repetition, 31–2
self-reported occurrence, 28–9
trends in occurrence, 25
violence, 103
Attentional bias
perceptual pop-out, 80–2
Autobiographical memory
conceptual insight, 155
neurotransmission, 291
problem-solving, 145
working memory, 153–4
Baby-boomers, 196
Benzodiazepines, 290–1
Bipolar disorder, 110
Birds
arrested flight, 77–8
suicidal behaviour, 120

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