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Effective problem solving in suicide attempters depends on specific autobiographical recall.

Abstract:

The relationship between over-general autobiographical memory and interpersonal problem solving was investigated by comparing a group of suicide attempters with a nonsuicidal psychiatric control group and a normal control group. Results showed that suicide attempters were more over-general in memory and displayed significantly poorer problem solving than the other two groups. Furthermore, suicide attempters who were more over-general displayed greater deficits in problem solving. It was concl...

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10.1521/suli.31.4.386.22041

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Journal:
Suicide and life-threatening behavior
Volume:
31
Issue:
4
Pages:
386-396
Publication date:
2001-01-01
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EISSN:
1943-278X
ISSN:
0363-0234
URN:
uuid:334731ee-ddbd-48d7-a2db-a433b4e9ea47
Source identifiers:
375231
Local pid:
pubs:375231

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