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|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Prospective predictors of suicidality: Defeat and entrapment lead to changes in suicidal ideation over time|
|Authors:||Taylor, Peter J|
Gooding, Patricia A
Wood, Alex M
|Citation:||Taylor PJ, Gooding PA, Wood AM, Johnson J & Tarrier N (2011) Prospective predictors of suicidality: Defeat and entrapment lead to changes in suicidal ideation over time, Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 41 (3), pp. 297-306.|
|Abstract:||Theoretical perspectives into suicidality have suggested that heightened perceptions of defeat and entrapment lead to suicidality. However, all previous empirical work has been cross-sectional. We provide the first longitudinal test of the theoretical predictions, in a sample of 79 students who reported suicidality. Participants completed self-report measures of suicidal ideation, depression, defeat, and entrapment at two time points, approximately 12 months apart. People higher in defeat became more suicidal over time (beta = .45), with baseline levels of suicidality and depressive symptoms controlled. The current results support the posited role of perceived defeat in driving suicidal ideation.|
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