suicide risk

  • Alejandra Arango

    Social connectedness and adolescent suicide risk

    Open Access paper from the JCPP – ‘Despite evidence of the importance of interpersonal connectedness to our understanding of suicide risk, relatively little research has examined the protective and buffering effects of connectedness among adolescents.’ Alejandra Arango (pic) et al.

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  • Dr. Pablo Vidal-Ribas

    Children’s cognitive performance and suicide risk through middle adulthood

    Paper from the JCPP – ‘Longitudinal studies show that lower cognitive performance in adolescence and early adulthood is associated with higher risk of suicide death throughout adulthood. However, it is unclear whether this cognitive vulnerability originates earlier in childhood since studies conducted in children are scarce and have inconsistent results.’ Pablo Vidal-Ribas (pic) et al.

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