Suicide among elementary school-aged children
- Suicide in children younger than age fourteen: Clinical judgment and assessment issues. Wise, Amy J.; Spengler, Paul M. // Journal of Mental Health Counseling;Oct97, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p318
Focuses on the evaluation of suicide risk in children. Misconceptions about suicide in children; Suicide risk factors; Methods for screening and assessing childhood suicide.
- Child suicide: A review of the literature and implications for school counselors. Stefanowski-Harding, Susan // School Counselor;May90, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p328
Presents a review of literature on child suicide. Background on child suicide in the United States; Statistics on child suicide; Characteristics and risk factors; Causes and signs; Developmental issues; Treatment; Implications for school counselors.
- The adapted-SAD PERSONS: a suicide assessment scale designed for use with children. Juhnke, Gerald A. // Elementary School Guidance & Counseling;Apr96, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p252
Presents the adapted-SAD PERSONS Scale as an assessment scale for evaluating suicide risk factors and intervention recommendations for schoolchildren in the United States. Scale design; Major risk factors of suicide among children; Scoring system; Intervention guidelines; Limitations of the study.
- Myths about childhood suicide. Lester, David // Psychological Reports;Aug95, Vol. 77 Issue 1, p330
Investigates myths about childhood suicide. Misconceptions from college students associated with general misinformation about suicide.
- When a child dies, accident or suicide? Schuyler, Dean // RN;Sep75, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p21
Comments on the suicidal behavior of children. Reasons for children's tendency to commit suicide; Signs of depression in children; Personality patterns in suicidal children.
- Suicide: Some children really mean it. Bayer, Mary // RN;Sep75, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p23
Discusses suicide in children. Reluctance of young people to admit having thoughts about suicide; Views on suicide as a choice that a person can consider in trying to solve a problem; Importance of discussions about suicide.
- Re: Suicidal Behaviour in Children and Adolescents. Part 2: Treatment and Prevention. Katz, Laurence Y.; Cox, Brian J.; Miller, Alec L. // Canadian Journal of Psychiatry;Feb2008, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p134
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Suicidal behaviour in children and adolescents. Part 2: treatment and prevention," by Margaret Steele and Tamison Doey in the previous issue of the journal.
- REPLY. Steele, Margaret // Canadian Journal of Psychiatry;Feb2008, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p134
A response by Tamison Doey and Margaret Steele to a letter to the editor about their article "Suicidal behaviour in children and adolescents. Part 2: treatment and prevention," in the previous issue of the journal is presented.
- HOW YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN ASSESS PARENTS OF A CHILD SUICIDE VICTIM. Ellis, Jon B.; Lane, Debra // Social Behavior & Personality: An International Journal;1995, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p29
Research in the area of attitudes toward child suicide may aid professionals in helping grieving friends and families and help pinpoint areas where more education may be needed. This study examined the differences between young men and women in their blaming of parents for a child's suicide. A...