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Exploring the Interpersonal Communication Aspects of Suicide: A Research Agenda for Communi-Suicidology
Unformatted Document Text:  Interpersonal Communication Aspects of Suicide 17 Handwerk, M. L., Larzelere, R. E., Friman, P. C., & Mitchell, A. M. (1998). The relationship between lethality of attempted suicide and prior suicidal communications in a sample of residential youth. Journal of Adolescence, 21, 407-414. Isometsa, E. T., Heikkinen, M. E., Marttunen, M. J., Henriksson, M. M., Aro, H. M., & Lonnqvist, J. K. (1995). The last appointment before suicide: Is suicide intent communicated? American Journal of Psychiatry, 152(6), 919-922. Kovacs, M., Beck, A. T., & Weissman, A. (1976). The communication of suicidal intent: A reexamination. Archives of General Psychiatry, 33, 198-201. Lester, D. (1997). Making sense of suicide: An in-depth look at why people kill themselves. Philadelphia, PA: The Charles Press, Publishers. Maris, R. W. (1981). Pathways to suicide: A survey of self- destructive behaviors. Baltimore, MD: The John Hopkins University Press. Mayo, D. J. (1992). What is being predicted?: The definition of “suicide.” In R. W. Maris, A. L. Berman, J. T. Maltsberger, & R. I. Yufit (Eds.), Assessment and prediction of suicide (pp. 88-101). New York: The Guilford Press. McIntosh, J. L., Kelly, L. D. (1992). Survivor’s reactions: Suicide vs. Other causes. Crisis, 13(2), 82-93.

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Interpersonal Communication Aspects of Suicide 17
Handwerk, M. L., Larzelere, R. E., Friman, P. C., & Mitchell, A.
M. (1998). The relationship between lethality of attempted
suicide and prior suicidal communications in a sample of
residential youth. Journal of Adolescence, 21, 407-414.
Isometsa, E. T., Heikkinen, M. E., Marttunen, M. J., Henriksson,
M. M., Aro, H. M., & Lonnqvist, J. K. (1995). The last
appointment before suicide: Is suicide intent communicated?
American Journal of Psychiatry, 152(6), 919-922.
Kovacs, M., Beck, A. T., & Weissman, A. (1976). The communication
of suicidal intent: A reexamination. Archives of General
Psychiatry, 33, 198-201.
Lester, D. (1997). Making sense of suicide: An in-depth look at
why people kill themselves. Philadelphia, PA: The Charles
Press, Publishers.
Maris, R. W. (1981). Pathways to suicide: A survey of self-
destructive behaviors. Baltimore, MD: The John Hopkins
University Press.
Mayo, D. J. (1992). What is being predicted?: The definition of
“suicide.” In R. W. Maris, A. L. Berman, J. T. Maltsberger,
& R. I. Yufit (Eds.), Assessment and prediction of suicide
(pp. 88-101). New York: The Guilford Press.
McIntosh, J. L., Kelly, L. D. (1992). Survivor’s reactions:
Suicide vs. Other causes. Crisis, 13(2), 82-93.


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