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A longitudinal examination of the interpersonal theory of suicide and effects of school‐based suicide prevention interventions in a multinational study of adolescents

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Predictions of two different models for suicide attempts (SA) over 12 months, as differentially impacted by specific school‐based suicide prevention interventions, were compared. These were as follows: (a) interpersonal theory (IPTS) and (b) a two‐pathway model, one path associated with externalizing symptoms and continuum of self‐harm behaviors, and the other with internalizing symptoms.
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Keywords: Suicide; adolescence; belongingness; interpersonal theory of suicide; self‐harm; suicide attempt; suicide prevention

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: October 1, 2019

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