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Title: The multidimensionality of suicide risk factors and criteria in a nonclinical population: Replication across two countries and two languages
Authors: Holden, Ronald R.
Campos, Rui C.
Simões, Ana
Costa, Sara
Pio, Ana sofia
Lambert, Christinne
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: International Journal of Psychology
Abstract: Across two countries and two languages, this research examined the multidimensional associations between suicidality (e.g., past ideation/attempts, communication of intent) and empirically important psychological risk factors (e.g., mental pain, perceived burdensomeness, thwarted belongingness). For samples of 228 Canadian and 331 Portuguese university undergraduates, four dimensions emerged in each sample with two of these, intrapersonal and interpersonal, demonstrating strong replicability across countries and languages. It was concluded that suicidality is a phenomenon that demonstrates some multidimensional similarities across cultures.
Type: article
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