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Mousavi S V, Ghasemi Jobaneh R, Rezaei S, Sheakhli N. Neuroticism and Problem-Solving Styles in Women Chemical Suicide Attempters. CPAP. 2018;
URL: http://cpap.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-1127-en.html
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Introduction: the psychological factors and life skills could have important role in attempting suicide of women. The purpose of this study was to identify some of the predictors of suicide in women by comparing two groups of Chemical Suicide female Attempters and control. The research method is causal comparative and the statistical society consisted of women attempting suicide by chemical drugs hospitalized in the Poisoning Emergency Medical and training Center of Razi in Rasht city and control group who had no history of suicide in 2014. In this study, 50 women attempted suicide and 50 who had no history of suicide attempt were selected by Purposeful sampling method and responded to the Neuroticism subscale of 5-factor questionnaire of NEO and Problem-Solving questionnaire. The gathered data were analyzed by multivariate analysis of variance. The results showed that there exist significant differences between two groups in terms of Neuroticism and problem-solving styles (creative, confidence, tendency, insolvency, control and avoidance) and women attempting suicide by chemical drugs Compared with control group received more scores in Neuroticism and insolvency and low scores in creative, confidence, tendency, control and avoidance (P>0.01). According to the results of this study Courses could be held based on psychological problems and learn problem-solving skills In order to prevent suicide attempts in women at risk of suicide
 

     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special

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