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In two studies of suicide notes, Joiner et al. (2002) showed that raters detected more expressions of burdensomeness in: 1) the notes of people who had died by  ...

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Joiner et al. 355. 46% of the calls. In 159 instances when the that persistent assessment of suicidal thoughts, feelings, and plans, as well as of alternatives.

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Aug 19, 2015 ... Joiner et al. (1999) formulated one such framework, which has provided a concise heuristic for the assessment of suicide risk. The purpose of ...

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importantly, has some empirical support (e.g., Beck et al., 1997; Joiner et al., 1997). ... assessment procedure, we provide considerable support to the “plans” vs.

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Low levels of serotonin have been associated with personality variables such as aggression and impulsivity (Joiner et al., 2005). Impulsivity is a risk factor for the ...