Attempted Suicide: Its Social Significance and Effects

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Greenwood Press, 1958 - Medical - 136 pages
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This book presents the problem of attempted suicide as a meaningful and momentous event in the person's life with special consideration of its effects on the human environment. Five groups of people who have made suicide attempts were studied.

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