Current Research on Suicide and Parasuicide: Selected Proceedings of the Second European Symposium on Suicidal Behaviour, Edinburgh, June 1988

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Index
Note: Page references in italics indicate tables and figures.
adjustment, social 183, 185, 187, 188- 90, 194, 215, 217, 223-4
adolescents, see age, and suicide rate, 15-24
after-care 15, 164-6, 171, 197, 200
controlled studies 180-94
domiciliary 185-7, 186
experimental 181-5, 182, 184
fixed 166-7, 169
long-term 169, 170
age
and aggression 126, 127, 128, 131
and attitude to treatment 135, 137, 143
and compliance 166, 171
and field dependence 120
and jumping from height 156, 158- 9
and parasuicide 54, 147, 174, 174
and schizoaffective patients 96
and schizophrenia 82
and suicide rate 4, 7-8, 23, 31, 49
and suicide rate, 15-24, 7, 10, 18, 23, 45
and suicide rate, 25-347, 8, 9, 10
and suicide rate, over 6519, 23, 28, 54, 55
and therapeutic decision- making 200-2, 201, 209
aggression 112
autoaggression 123-4, 126-9
and crime 124, 130
external 123-31
and residential area 129-31, 130
agriculture, collectivisation 26
alcohol levels 25, 174
alcoholism 14, 19, 25, 33, 34-5, 60, 64, 71, 178, 191
and self-poisoning 101, 102-3, 107- 8
analysis
correspondence 198, 209
factor 148-51
of variance, multivariate 217, 218, 220
Anglo-Saxons 9
anomie, effects of, Hungary25-8
anti-depressants, tricyclic 34
Asia, suicide rates 3-4, 6
assessment
clinical 16, 196-7
of self-poisoning patients 187
Australia, suicide rate 7, 9
Austria, youth suicide rate 23
avoidance, social 187, 223
Beck Depression Inventory 183, 188, 193, 218, 220
bereavement
after suicide 19-20, 214-24, 215
after traffic accident 215-24
effect of cause of death 219-20
effects 176
and psychological adjustment 215
and social well-being 215, 223-4
Berlin, West, suicide data 226-32, 231
calendar, distribution of suicides 24- 5, 28, 94, 231
Canada
suicide prevention 12, 20
suicide rate 7
carabinieri, reporting of suicides 48-9, 53, see alsopolice

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