By Their Own Young Hand: Deliberate Self-Harm and Suicidal Ideas in Adolescents

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Index
Adams, J. 123
Adams, M. 123
Allgulander, C. 73
Allison, S. 43, 48, 72
Alty, A. 24
Anderman, C. 36
Andrews, J.A. 71, 75, 82, 83
Appleby, L. 134
Apter, A. 57
Aquilano, W.S. 24
Aresman, E. 192
Arnett, J. 88–9
Arnold, L. 161
Bagley, C. 35, 43, 81
Balarajan, R. 69
Bancroft, J. 29, 52, 53, 145
Bargh, J. 164
Bargh, J.A. 164
Barnes, M.D. 163, 167
Barter, J.T. 58
Batt, A. 12
Bauerle Bass, S. 163
Beautrais, A.L. 13, 122, 128, 129
Beck, A.T. 74, 141, 146
Beebe, T.J. 43
Bell, S.B. 164, 167
Bennewith, O. 139, 142
Bensley, L.S. 35
Benson, M.D. 81
Berry, G.L. 122
Bhugra, D. 69, 180
Bjarnason, T. 76, 78, 79, 84, 89, 182
Blackstock, E. 134
Blenkinsop, S. 66
Blood, R.W. 86, 168
Boergers, J. 52, 62
Bond, L. 79
Boreham, R. 66
Boyd, S. 164
Brain, K.L. 62
Brent, D.A. 13, 60, 75, 151
Brindis, C. 43, 69
Brown, G.K. 154
Browne, K.D. 86, 141
Buglass, D. 150
Burgess, S. 73, 122, 123, 147
Calnan, M. 96, 97
Cantor, C.H. 13
Carlton, P.A. 95, 132
Carver, C.S. 97
Catalan, J. 144, 146, 182
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 13, 46, 69
Chandy, J.M. 80
Choquet, M. 12, 22, 74, 77, 80, 95
Clarke, G.N. 124
Clum, G.A. 152
Cohen, S. 96
Cole, D.A. 48
Coll, X. 80
Collishaw, S. 66
Conrad, N. 43
Conterio, K. 97
Corcoran, P. 12
Cotgrove, A.J. 156
Craft, L. 127
Darves-Bornoz, J.M. 80
Davidson, K. 161
Davidson, L. 87
Davis, J.M. 118, 119
De Anda, D. 163
De Leo, D. 44
De Volder, V. 12
De Wilde, E.J. 22
Deane, F.P. 95, 132
Dent, C.W. 36
Dinges, N.G. 43
Domènech, E. 67
Dubow, E.F. 82
Dunne-Maxim, K. 130
Duong-Tran, Q. 43
DuPaul, G.J. 119, 127
Edman, J.L. 35
Elias, M. 119, 120, 121, 122
Embree, B.G. 24
Eng, T.R 163, 167
Eskin, M. 70, 79, 83, 85
Esters, I.G. 125
Evans, E. 14, 23, 33, 43, 46, 47, 48, 66, 97, 175, 176, 179, 181
Evans, J. 25, 156
Evans, M.O. 156
Evans, W. 35, 69, 73, 124
Fagg, J. 12, 58
Favazza, A.R. 107
Fekete, S. 44, 169
Ferguson, T. 163
Fergusson, D.M. 12, 35, 47, 71, 74, 84, 182, 191
Finlay, F. 133
Fisher, J.D. 166–7
Flisher, A.J. 80
Folkman, S. 96
Fombonne, E. 123, 138, 147, 148
Fornaciari, C. 168
Fortune, S. 180
Foster, J. 150
Fox, C. 121, 122, 143
Galaif, E.R. 35
Ganster, D.C. 96
Garfinkel, B.D. 127
Garland, A. 120, 121
Garner, H.G. 88
Garralda, M.E. 136
Garrison, C.Z. 21, 67
Gartrell, J.W. 74, 77
Gigliano, C. 122
Goldacre, M. 11, 12, 151

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