Clues to suicide
Edwin S. Shneidman, Norman L. Farberow
McGraw-Hill, 1957 - Psychology - 227 pages
Articles considering the theoretical, sociological, and legal aspects of suicide, its prevention, suicide in children and the elderly are followed by notes of suicidal and nonsuicidal persons. Bibliogs
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A. E. Housman age group aggression alcoholism anxiety attempted suicide attitudes barbiturates behavior business cycle Catholic cent child chronic cide clinical committed suicide conﬂict crime Dear Mary death deﬁnite depression depressive illness diagnosis difﬁculties Durkheim dyspnea emotional evaluation factors fantasies Farberow father fear feelings felt ﬁgure ﬁnd ﬁndings ﬁrst ﬁve ﬂoor frustration guilt He’s homicide identiﬁcation illness individual inﬂuence kill living logic male mental mother motives neuropsychiatric hospital Nurse’s note ofﬁce old age older one’s pain parents person physical physician present problem psychiatric psychiatrist Psychoanalytic psychodynamic psychologic psychosis psychotherapy psychotic psychotic reactions punishment reaction reﬂect relationship relatives religious Roman law schizophrenic seemed self-destruction sepultura signiﬁcant social sociologic somatotherapies speciﬁc statistics status sufﬁcient suicidal act suicidal attempt suicidal patient suicidal tendencies suicide hazard suicide notes suicide risk superego symptoms theory therapist therapy thought tion treatment unconscious wife wish