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Review of Suicidology, 2000

Ronald W. Maris, Silvia Sara Canetto, John L. McIntosh, Morton M. Silverman - Psychology - 2000 - 282 pages
Psychologists and other social scientists present 12 papers from the 1999 meeting of an annual conference on basic research and issues, issues in treating suicidal individuals ...
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Risk Management with Suicidal Patients

Bruce Bongar, Alan L. Berman, Ronald W. Maris, Morton M. Silverman, Wendy Packman, Eric A. Harris - Psychology - 1999 - 197 pages
How does the law define "reasonable care" in the treatment of suicidal patients? What are the most clinically and legally appropriate procedures for evaluating and managing ...
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Suicide: Individual, Cultural, International Perspectives

Antoon A. Leenaars, Ronald W. Maris, Yoshitomo Takahashi - Psychology - 1997 - 151 pages
Why do people commit suicide? How do cultural and social factors come into play in individual cases? A special issue of the acclaimed journal Suicide and Life-Threatening ...
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Jewish Choices: American Jewish Denominationalism

Bernard Melvin Lazerwitz - History - 1998 - 215 pages
Illustrates how and why Jewish denominational preferences are more a matter of individual choice than family heritage.
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Charitable Choices: Philanthropic Decisions of Donors in the American Jewish ...

Arnold Dashefsky, Bernard Melvin Lazerwitz - Religion - 2009 - 155 pages
Charitable giving and philanthropic behavior are frequently the subject of media reports and newspaper headlines. Examining the incentives and barriers to charitable behavior ...
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Assessment and Prediction of Suicide

Ronald W. Maris, American Association of Suicidology - Psychology - 1992 - 697 pages
Suicide, currently the eighth leading cause of death in the United States, represents an enormous challenge to health care professionals. Bridging the gap between clinical work ...
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