A hospital-based treatment of suicide attempt patients with problematic alcohol use: Rationale and treatment development.
Hazardous drinking and clinical correlates among suicidal patients receiving psychiatric inpatient care at military medical settings.
Social Rejection and Suicidal Ideation and Attempts among Adolescents Following Hospitalization: a Prospective Study.
Long-term impact of the Garrett Lee Smith Youth Suicide Prevention Program on youth suicide mortality, 2006-2015.
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Examining the Unanticipated Adverse Consequences of Youth Suicide Prevention Strategies: A Literature Review with Recommendations for Prevention Programs.
The Link between Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Functionality among United States Military Service Members Psychiatrically Hospitalized Following a Suicide Crisis.
An Economic Evaluation of the Garrett Lee Smith Memorial Suicide Prevention Program.
Adult Associations of Childhood Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviors: A Prospective, Longitudinal Analysis.
Prospective Study of Major Loss Life Events and Risk for Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviors Among Adolescents and Young Adults.
"Don't wait for it to rain to buy an umbrella:" The transmission of values from African American fathers to sonsRead Full Text
Developmental Trajectories of Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviors From Adolescence Through Adulthood.
Overcoming barriers to fathers' participation in clinically relevant research: Recommendations from the fieldRead Full Text
Two Studies of Connectedness to Parents and Suicidal Thoughts and Behavior in Children and Adolescents.
Effect of the Garrett Lee Smith Memorial Suicide Prevention Program on Suicide Attempts Among Youths.
Identifying and Referring Youths at Risk for Suicide Following Participation in School-Based Gatekeeper Training.
Unheard Voices: African American Fathers Speak about their Parenting Practices.
Impact of patients' psychiatric hospitalization on caregivers: a systematic review.
Impact of the Garrett Lee Smith youth suicide prevention program on suicide mortality.
Suicide attempts in a longitudinal sample of adolescents followed through adulthood: Evidence of escalation.
Alcohol and suicidal behavior: what is known and what can be done.
"You gotta have a good help mate": African American fathers' Co-parenting experiencesRead Full Text
Parent and child psychopathology and suicide attempts among children of parents with alcohol use disorder.
Emotion regulation difficulties, youth-adult relationships, and suicide attempts among high school students in underserved communities.
Suicide risk protocols: addressing the needs of high risk youths identified through suicide prevention efforts and in clinical settings.
Associations between suicidal high school students' help-seeking and their attitudes and perceptions of social environment.
Reading and motivation in adolescent poor readersRead Full Text
Hopelessness and Lack of Connectedness to Others as Risk Factors for Suicidal Behavior Across the Lifespan: Implications for Cognitive-Behavioral TreatmentRead Full Text
Working With Suicidal Clients: Not Business as UsualRead Full Text
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Working With the Suicidal Client Who Also Abuses Substances.
Evaluating the predictive validity of suicidal intent and medical lethality in youth.
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Chronic pain in adolescents is associated with suicidal thoughts and behaviors.
Suicidal and nonsuicidal self-harm behaviors in adolescent substance use disordersRead Full Text
The Problematic Label of Suicide Gesture: Alternatives for Clinical Research and Practice.
The Garrett Lee Smith memorial suicide prevention program.
A prospective study of religion/spirituality and depressive symptoms among adolescent psychiatric patients.
Trait anger, anger expression, and suicide attempts among adolescents and young adults: a prospective study.
Interventions for suicidal youth: a review of the literature and developmental considerations.
Caregiver strain and youth suicide attempt: Are they related?
Psychiatric diagnoses as contemporaneous risk factors for suicide attempts among adolescents and young adults: developmental changes.
Religion/Spirituality and adolescent psychiatric symptoms: a review.
Religion, spirituality, and depression in adolescent psychiatric outpatients.
Cultural considerations in adolescent suicide prevention and psychosocial treatment.
Challenges and opportunities in the treatment of adolescents with substance use disorder and suicidal behavior.
Rates of suicide among males increase steadily from age 11 to 21: Developmental framework and outline for preventionRead Full Text
Reading problems, psychiatric disorders, and functional impairment from mid- to late adolescence.
Predictors of suicide attempts: state and trait components.
Suicidality, school dropout, and reading problems among adolescents.
Proximal psychiatric risk factors for suicidality in youth: the Great Smoky Mountains Study.
Variation in functioning, psychosocial characteristics, and six-month outcomes among suicidal youth in comprehensive community mental health services.
Assessment of childhood depressionRead Full Text
Suicidal ideation among adolescents with alcohol use disorders during treatment and aftercare.
Severity of emotional and behavioral problems among poor and typical readers.
Conceptual issues in understanding the relationship between suicidal behavior and substance use during adolescence.
Overview of workshop on drug abuse and suicidal behavior.
Review of literature on aftercare services among children and adolescents.
Rates and predictors of rehospitalization among formerly hospitalized adolescents.
Rates and predictors of aftercare services among formerly hospitalized adolescents: a prospective naturalistic study.
Cognitive risk factors and suicide attempts among formerly hospitalized adolescents: a prospective naturalistic study.
Impulsivity and suicide.
Suicide attempts among formerly hospitalized adolescents: a prospective naturalistic study of risk during the first 5 years after discharge.
Psychiatric diagnoses of previous suicide attempters, first-time attempters, and repeat attempters on an adolescent inpatient psychiatry unit.
Erratum: Suicidal ideation and behavior and noncompliance with the medical regimen among diabetic adolescents (Journal of American Academy of Child And Adolescent 36 (1528-1536))Read Full Text
Suicidal ideation and behavior and noncompliance with the medical regimen among diabetic adolescents.
Major depressive disorder in youths with IDDM. A controlled prospective study of course and outcome.
Psychiatric disorders in youths with IDDM: rates and risk factors.
First-time suicide attempters, repeat attempters, and previous attempters on an adolescent inpatient psychiatry unit.
A longitudinal study of life events and metabolic control among youths with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus.
Suicidal ideation and suicide attempts among youth with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus.
Suicidal behaviors and childhood-onset depressive disorders: a longitudinal investigation.
Prevalence and predictors of pervasive noncompliance with medical treatment among youths with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus.
Intellectual Development and Academic Performance of Children With Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus: A Longitudinal StudyRead Full Text
Cognitive and social cognitive development of depressed children and adolescents.
Psychological functioning of children with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus: a longitudinal study.
Psychological functioning among mothers of children with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus: a longitudinal study.
Reliability, Validity, and Preliminary Normative Data for the Inventory to Diagnose Depression in a College PopulationRead Full Text
Presenting problems of sexually abused girls receiving psychiatric services.
Family functioning and metabolic control of school-aged children with IDDM.
Development in causal reasoning: information sampling and judgment ruleRead Full Text
Imagery, encoding specificity, and prose recall in 6-year-old children.
Subjects' expectations, individual variability, and the scanning of mental images.