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The associations between life events in the 12 months preceding an episode of self-poisoning resulting in hospital attendance (the index episode), and the suicide intent of this episode were compared in individuals for whom the index episode was their first, episode and in individuals in whom it was a recurrence of DSH. Results indicated a significant interaction between independent life events, repetition status, and gender in the prediction of suicide intent, the association between life events and intent being moderated by repetition status in women only. The results provide preliminary evidence to suggest the presence of a suicidal process in women, in which the impact of negative life events on suicide intent diminishes across episodes.

Original publication

DOI

10.1521/suli.2007.37.4.367

Type

Journal article

Journal

Suicide Life Threat Behav

Publication Date

08/2007

Volume

37

Pages

367 - 378

Keywords

Adult, Comorbidity, Europe, Female, Hospitalization, Humans, Intention, International Cooperation, Life Change Events, Linear Models, Male, Models, Psychological, Poisoning, Psychiatric Status Rating Scales, Recurrence, Self-Injurious Behavior, Sex Factors, Stress, Psychological, Suicide, Attempted, Surveys and Questionnaires