Parental Bonding and Vulnerability to Adolescent Suicide
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Martin, G. & Waite, S., 1994. Parental bonding and vulnerability to adolescent suicide. Acta Psychiatrica Scand., 89:246-254.
Results from this early study suggested that physical contact experience (frequency and quality of touch) reflects different parenting styles, and may be a vulnerability factor for a range of difficulties among adolescents.
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Pearce, C., Martin, G., & Wood, K., 1995. The Significance of Touch for Perceptions of Parenting and Psychological Adjustment among Adolescents. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 34:2, 160–167.
Download here: ANESSIThe Australian National Epidemiological Study of Self-Injury (ANESSI)
Martin, G., Swannell, S., Harrison, J., Hazell, P. & Taylor, A., 2010. The Australian National Epidemiological Study of Self-Injury (ANESSI). Centre for Suicide Prevention Studies, Discipline of Psychiatry. The University of Queensland. Brisbane, Australia. ISBN 978-0-9808207-0-6.
This paper looked at four clinical aspects of suicidality in young people, and their ability singly and together to predict suicide attempt.
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Pearce, C. & Martin, G., 1994. Predicting suicide attempts among adolescents. Acta Psychiatrica Scand., 90: 324-328.