Differences between children and adolescents who commit suicide and their peers: A psychological autopsy
of suicide victims compared to accident victims and a community sample.
Suicidal risk factors and completed suicide: meta-analyses based on psychological autopsy
Thus, there are very strong grounds to reject any notion born of psychological autopsy
In a psychological autopsy
study in the city of Chandigarh, 70% of the identified suicide decedents were from an urban background, 10% were from rural areas, and 20% from suburban areas.
1991, Suicide in later life: psychological autopsy
findings, International Psychogeriatrics, 3, 59-66.
AAS will examine existing Marine Corps and Department of Defense data, and will gather additional data using the psychological autopsy
interview - a gold-standard method for suicide investigation.
The psychological autopsy
approach to studying suicide: a review of methodological issues.
Sex and ethnic differences among South Tirolean suicides: a psychological autopsy
Police Lieutenant Amy Tang asks Doctor Jo Beckett to run a psychological autopsy
on the dead singer to discover her state of mind in the days before her death.
Her topics include the history and purpose of criminal profiling, psychological autopsy
and victimilogy, varieties of deviance, negotiations, the mass market and the culture of serial murder, profiling abroad, and the new generation.
And Frost performed a psychological autopsy
on Nixon that still resonates today.
Also included are new chapters on special education, cultural competence, youth violence, psychiatric malpractice and professional liability, and psychological autopsy
, and a newly written chapter on the Internet.