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J Clin Psychol. 1992 Nov;48(6):811-6.

Correlates of suicide ideation in French-Canadian adults and adolescents: a comparison.

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Department of Psychology, Bishop's University, Lennoxville, Quebec, Canada.

Abstract

Five hundred fifty-eight French-Canadian adolescents and 150 adults served as subjects in a study that compared correlates of suicide ideation. Results of multivariate analyses indicated that suicide ideation in adolescents is related positively to depression and negative stress and negatively to self-esteem and satisfaction with social support. Adult ideation was found to be related negatively to self-esteem and positively to negative life experiences.

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