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Using a minority stress framework (Meyer, 2003), we sought to understand how students' intersecting identities may influence the relation between peer victimization and school connectedness on suicidal ideation.
NeuroRx is developing a sequential treatment regimen of NRX-100 (ketamine) and NRX-101, a proprietary formulation of d-cycloserine / lurasidone, for the treatment of severe bipolar depression in patients with acute suicidal ideation and behavior.
Now suicidal ideation is increasing in children as young as seven.
64) with scores on the Beck Scale for Suicidal Ideation (Beck & Steer, 1991).
The prevalence of suicidal ideation in the past 12 months was 35.
Our latest work is unique insofar as it identifies concept alterations that are associated with suicidal ideation and behavior, using machine-learning algorithms to assess the neural representation of specific concepts related to suicide.
For those with more recent suicidal ideation but without a plan or intent, Dr.
Identification and treatment of suicidal ideation in a primary care setting is important, given about half of people who die by suicide visit their primary care provider (PCP) in the month prior to their death (Ahmedani et al.
Patients with schizophrenia and bipolar affective disorder, satisfying the criteria for the corresponding DSM-V diagnosis with suicidal ideation and/or history of suicidal attempt within past one month.
We wanted to evaluate the risk for suicidal ideation and behavior in the segment of the veteran population who have recently or ever been exposed to military trauma.
Suicidal ideation occurs "when a subject persistently thinks, plans, or wishes to commit suicide, for at least two weeks, making some plan and identifying the means necessary to achieve it" (Mingote, Jimenez, Osorio & Palomo, 2004, cited in Villalobos, 2009, p.
Keywords: Suicidal ideation, Personality, Big five factors, Adolescents