The Many Faces of Suicide: Indirect Self-destructive Behavior

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Norman L. Farberow
McGraw-Hill, 1980 - Medical - 446 pages
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Farberow, an internationally known expert on suicide, and his eminent colleagues define indirect selfdestructive behavior and examine its causes, characteristics, and numerous manifestations including smoking, drug use, gambling, and high-risk sports

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Introduction Norman L Farberow
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Classification
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Psychodynamics of Indirect SelfDestructive
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Norman L. Farberow is one of the founders of the Los Angeles Suicide Prevention Center. His books include The Psychology of Suicide and Endangered Hope: Experience in Psychiatric Aftercare Facilities.

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