PERCEIVED PEER AND FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS, HOPELESSNESS, AND LOCUS OF CONTROL AS FACTORS IN ADOLESCENT SUICIDE ATTEMPTS

PHYLLIS BARBARA TOPOL, Fordham University

Abstract

According to Teicher and Jacobs (1966) and Jacobs (1971), suicidal adolescents experience significantly more problems than other teenagers, and undergo a progressive deterioration of family and peer relationships prior to their suicide attempts. In the present study, hospitalized suicidal adol

Subject Area

Clinical psychology

Recommended Citation

TOPOL, PHYLLIS BARBARA, "PERCEIVED PEER AND FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS, HOPELESSNESS, AND LOCUS OF CONTROL AS FACTORS IN ADOLESCENT SUICIDE ATTEMPTS" (1981). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI8111321.
https://fordham.bepress.com/dissertations/AAI8111321

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