Open Access from the JCPP
Background – Identifying proximal risk factors for suicidal ideation that are modifiable and relevant for adolescents and young adults is critical for suicide prevention. This study used an intensive monitoring approach to examine whether objectively- and subjectively- measured sleep characteristics predict next-day suicidal ideation occurrence and intensity through affective reactivity to interpersonal events in young people at high risk for suicide.
Authors; Jessica L. Hamilton, Aliona Tsypes, Jamie Zelazny, Craig J.R. Sewall, Noelle Rode, John Merranko, David A. Brent, Tina R. Goldstein, Peter L. Franzen
First published: 02 July 2022
ACAMH members should follow this link:
- Podcast ‘Sleep and Daily Suicidal Ideation Among High-Risk Adolescents and Young Adults’ with Dr. Jessica Hamilton and Dr. Peter Franzen