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Affective Disorder—Description of the Sample Comprising the Largest of the Four Major Diagnostic Groups

Eli Robins.

in The Final Months

January 1981; p ublished online June 2017 .

Chapter. Subjects: Clinical Adult Psychology; Psychopathology. 43539 words.

This chapter focuses on the members of the sample that were diagnosed as having affective disorder, depressed phase, which represented the largest single diagnostic group of the sample. It...

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Alcoholism—Description of the Sample Comprising the Second Largest of the Four Major Diagnostic Groups

Eli Robins.

in The Final Months

January 1981; p ublished online June 2017 .

Chapter. Subjects: Clinical Adult Psychology; Psychopathology. 27859 words.

This chapter focuses on the members of the sample that were diagnosed as having alcoholism, which represented the second largest diagnostic group of the sample. It presents diagnostic...

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Before Suicide

Eli Robins.

in The Final Months

January 1981; p ublished online June 2017 .

Chapter. Subjects: Clinical Adult Psychology; Psychopathology. 2433 words.

This chapter explores the differences in planning of outcome by those who attempt and those who complete suicide. It first considers similar studies into this topic, before discussing the...

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Design of Interview Schedule to Determine the Prevalence of Symptoms Compared in the Four Major Diagnostic Groups

Eli Robins.

in The Final Months

January 1981; p ublished online June 2017 .

Chapter. Subjects: Clinical Adult Psychology; Psychopathology. 3077 words.

This chapter describes the design of the interview schedule used in the study on suicides to determine the prevalence of symptoms, and explores the frequency with which individual symptoms...

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Diagnostic Criteria Used in St. Louis to Determine Four Major Groups

Eli Robins.

in The Final Months

January 1981; p ublished online June 2017 .

Chapter. Subjects: Clinical Adult Psychology; Psychopathology. 3608 words.

This chapter outlines the diagnostic criteria used in this study of 134 suicides, including affective disorder, alcoholism, organic brain syndrome, schizophrenia, and drug dependence, as...

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Epilogue

Eli Robins.

in The Final Months

January 1981; p ublished online June 2017 .

Chapter. Subjects: Clinical Adult Psychology; Psychopathology. 524 words.

This chapter presents a conclusion to the study. It returns to the questions that the study intended to answer and summarises the findings of the study by answering each of these questions...

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The Final Months

Eli Robins.

January 1981; p ublished online June 2017 .

Book. Subjects: Clinical Adult Psychology; Psychopathology. 0 pages.

During a one-year period in the city of St Louis and surrounding counties, authorities determined that 134 of all deaths registered were suicides. This title is the report of a clinical...

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First Considerations of the Investigators

Eli Robins.

in The Final Months

January 1981; p ublished online June 2017 .

Chapter. Subjects: Clinical Adult Psychology; Psychopathology. 1000 words.

This chapter describes the first considerations and main objectives into this study on suicide. It outlines the questions that the researchers intended to answer, as well as a brief...

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How Predictable Are Predictors of Suicide?

Eli Robins.

in The Final Months

January 1981; p ublished online June 2017 .

Chapter. Subjects: Clinical Adult Psychology; Psychopathology. 5846 words.

This chapter explores predictors that correlate with completed suicide, including demographic factors in combination with psychiatric diagnoses, communication of intent, previous suicide...

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The Miscellaneous Group—Description of the Clinical Group Comprising the Smallest Number in the Total Sample

Eli Robins.

in The Final Months

January 1981; p ublished online June 2017 .

Chapter. Subjects: Clinical Adult Psychology; Psychopathology. 13402 words.

This chapter focuses on the members of the smallest diagnostic group, which was comprised of ‘miscellaneous’ diagnoses, including organic brain syndrome, schizophrenia, drug dependence, and...

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The Psychiatrically Undiagnosed Group—Description of the 20 Subjects So Categorized

Eli Robins.

in The Final Months

January 1981; p ublished online June 2017 .

Chapter. Subjects: Clinical Adult Psychology; Psychopathology. 9330 words.

This chapter focuses on the sample group who were undiagnosed or undiagnosable by the study’s diagnostic criteria. It outlines the definition of ‘psychiatrically undiagnosable’, and reasons...

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