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July 2017: Science of Suicidality (SOS)

A Risk Algorithm for the Persistence of Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviors During College ** P. Mortier, G. Kiekens, R. P. Auerbach, P. Cuijpers, K. Demyttenaere, J. G. Green, R. C. Kessler, M. K. Nock, A. M. Zaslavsky, & R. Bruffaerts. This study investigated patterns of suicidal thoughts and behavior (STB)…

Additional 2017: Science of Suicidality (SOS)

Adverse experiences in psychiatric hospitals might be the cause of some postdischarge suicides D. T Chung, C. J. Ryan, & M. M. Large. This short commentary on the 2016 article “Postdischarge Suicide: A Psychodynamic Understanding of Subjective Experience and Its Importance in Suicide Prevention” by Schechter, Goldblatt, Ronningstam, Herbstman, and…

June 2017: Science of Suicidality (SOS)

A cross-national study on gender differences in suicide intent A. Freeman, R. Mergl, E. Kohls, A. Székely, R. Gusmao, E. Arensman, N. Koburger, U. Hegerl, & C. Rummel-Kluge. This cross-national study investigates gender differences in suicidal intent and gender differences in suicide attempts across age and country.  The authors used…

May 2017: Science of Suicidality (SOS)

A comparative analysis of suicide attempts in left-behind children and non-left-behind children in rural China H. Chang, Q. Yan, L. Tang, J. Huang, Y. Ma, X. Ye, & Y. Yu. This cross-sectional study estimates the prevalence of suicide attempts and explores the shared and unique factors impacting suicide risk in…

April 2017: Science of Suicidality (SOS)

Burden of suicide in Poland in 2012: how could it be measured and how big is it? K. Orlewska & E. Orlewska. This study attempts to estimate the economic and health-related burden of suicide in Poland during 2012.  The authors analyzed data from the Polish Central Statistics Office database to…

March 2017: Science of Suicidality (SOS)

Assessing Suicide Risk: What is Commonly Missed in the Emergency Room? N. Alavi, T. Reshetukha, E. Prost, K. Antoniak, & D. Groll. This 2-part study investigated the assessment and documentation of suicide risk by emergency clinicians from reviewing medical records.  The authors also examined the differences between psychiatric and emergency…

February 2017: Science of Suicidality (SOS)

A comparison of the frequency of familial suicide attempts across eating disorder diagnoses **** E. M. Pisetsky, C. B. Peterson, J. E. Mitchell, S. A. Wonderlich, R. D. Crosby, D. Le Grange, L. Hill, P. Powers, & S. J. Crow. This study investigated prevalence of suicide attempts among family members…

January 2017: Science of Suicidality (SOS)

A controlled comparison trial of the Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS) in an inpatient setting: Outcomes at discharge and six-month follow-up T. E. Ellis, K. A. Rufino, & J. G. Allen. This study assesses the impact of the Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS) on both general…

November 2016: Science of Suicidality (SOS)

A Machine Learning Approach to Identifying the Thought Markers of Suicidal Subjects: A Prospective Multicenter Trial J. P. Pestian, M. Sorter, B. Connolly, K. B. Cohen, C. McCullumsmith, J. T. Gee, L. Morency, S. Scherer, & L. Rohlfs for the STM Research Group. This study used machine learning to incorporate…

December 2016: Science of Suicidality (SOS)

Altered brain processing of decision-making in healthy first-degree biological relatives of suicide completers Y. Ding, F. Pereira, A. Hoehne, M.-M. Beaulieu, M. Lepage, G. Turecki, & F. Jollant. This study investigated brain processing during decision-making in relatives of suicide completers in order to shed light on heritable mechanisms of suicidal…