Risk factors related to suicidal behavior among male and

Vannatta, Rachel A.
April 1996
Journal of Youth & Adolescence;Apr96, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p149
Academic Journal
Examines the differences in self-reported suicidal behavior among male and female adolescents, in relation to risk factors of tobacco, alcohol and drug use, school misconduct; academic difficulties, home environment, sexual activity and violence, in a northern Mid-west school district, in the United States. Statistical information on suicides among teenagers; Methods used to collect data in the study; Results from the study; Comparison between genders.


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