Oxford Textbook of Suicidology and Suicide Prevention

Oxford Textbook of Suicidology and Suicide Prevention

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by Danuta Wasserman
     
 

ISBN-10: 0198570058

ISBN-13: 9780198570059

Pub. Date: 04/15/2009

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

The Oxford Texbook of Suicidology is the most comprehensive work on suicidology and suicide prevention that has ever been published. Written by world-leading specialists, it describes all aspects of suicidal behaviour and suicide prevention, provides up-to-date information on the different kinds of risk and protective factors, and provides an overview of research

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The Oxford Texbook of Suicidology is the most comprehensive work on suicidology and suicide prevention that has ever been published. Written by world-leading specialists, it describes all aspects of suicidal behaviour and suicide prevention, provides up-to-date information on the different kinds of risk and protective factors, and provides an overview of research within disciplines, covering psychological, cultural, biological, and sociological factors.

The online version of the Oxford Texbook of Suicidology contains the full text of the print edition (which can be browsed by the contents list or searched), links from references in the text to external sources (via PubMed, ISI, and CrossRef), and all figures and illustrations from the print edition, downloadable into PowerPoint.

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ISBN-13:
9780198570059
Publisher:
Oxford University Press, USA
Publication date:
04/15/2009
Pages:
620
Product dimensions:
9.00(w) x 11.00(h) x 1.60(d)

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Oxford Textbook of Suicidology and Suicide Prevention 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a thorough review of suicidality. It is well-referenced. However, the approach is global, and I was looking for a narrower approach. Also the focus is more on intent then actual suicide. But still an excellent reference for the researcher.