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The Current Incidence of Suicide and SelfInjury
Historical and CrossCultural Perspective
SelfDestructiveness in Other Species
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acts of suicide adaptive adverse alcohol altruism animals appear argued behave behavioral patterns benefit biological fitness brain capacity to promote catecholamines chronic circumstances cognitive commit suicide common conceivable conducive coping difficulties coping failure death deCatanzaro depression determination of suicide developed discussed in Chapter dividuals drug abuse E. O. Wilson ecology of suicide effects endorphins evidence evolution evolutionary facilitated factors favor females gene expression gene pool gene sharing genetic group selection human behavior human suicide inclusive fitness increase individual's individuals involved kin selection maladaptive males modern motivation natural selection nonhuman norepinephrine notion orientation parasuicidal acts parasuicide pathology phenomenon physiological population promote inclusive fitness reinforcement relationship relatively reported reproductive potential role selective pressures self-damaging behavior self-destructiveness self-injurious behavior self-mutilative behavior senescence serotonin social ecology social isolation sociobiological species Stengel stereotypies stress studies suggests suicidal behavior suicide attempts suicide occurs suicide rates survival technologies tion