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Danger periods for suicide in patients under treatment1

  • J. B. Copas (a1), D. L. Freeman-Browne (a1) and A. A. Robin (a1)

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Using statistical methods, the hypothesis that suicide occurs either at the beginning or at the end of a spell of treatment is shown to fit the available data.

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Danger periods for suicide in patients under treatment1

  • J. B. Copas (a1), D. L. Freeman-Browne (a1) and A. A. Robin (a1)

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