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Revista de la Asociación Española de Neuropsiquiatría

On-line version ISSN 2340-2733Print version ISSN 0211-5735


VENCESLA MARTINEZ, José Fernando  and  MORIANA ELVIRA, Juan Antonio. Suicidal behaviour in chilhood, adolescent and young adult: Social-demography characteristics in rural population. Rev. Asoc. Esp. Neuropsiq. [online]. 2002, n.84, pp.49-64. ISSN 2340-2733.

This study described the social-demography factors and formal characteristics associated to the suicidal attempts in childhood and adolescent population of rural ambit. The sample is composed by 33 subjects (6 male and 27 female) in the range of 7 and 24 years, attend in Mental Health Equipment during 2001 with motive of suicidal attempt. The objective of this study is the description of risk factors associated and the related aspect with the suicidal attempt for the identification the risk population as preventive measurement of new tentatives. The obtain issues coincided with the show to specialised literature which identify to the high risk population suicidal tentative in female between 14-17 years because of overingestion of medicament a low deadlines with affectives symptoms and interpersonal conflicts as next factor. We discussed the obtain result and established the necessity of more specific study for most outstanding variables of study.

Keywords : suicidal and parasuicidal behaviour; childhood; adolescent; adult young; rural ambit.

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