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Hope and Self-esteem in Childhood & Suicidal Thoughts in Early Adulthood
Hope and Self-esteem in Childhood & Suicidal Thoughts in Early Adulthood
Hope and Self-esteem in Childhood & Suicidal Thoughts in Early Adulthood
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Hope and Self-esteem in Childhood & Suicidal Thoughts in Early Adulthood

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Rob McGee et al. SPINZ Symposium, Christchurch, 2005. http://www.spinz.org.nz

Rob McGee et al. SPINZ Symposium, Christchurch, 2005. http://www.spinz.org.nz

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  • 1. Hope and self-esteem in childhood and suicidal ideation in early adulthood Rob McGee, Sheila Williams & Shyamala Nada-Raja Department of Preventive & Social Medicine Dunedin School of Medicine University of Otago rob.mcgee@stonebow.otago.ac.nz
  • 2. Path model for girlsSocioeconomic status Self esteemFamily climate Thoughts of Suicidal self harm ideation Hopelessness Parent-child interactionBirth to 9 years 9 to 13 years 18 to 21 years
  • 3. Path model for boysSocioeconomic status Self esteemFamily climate Thoughts of Suicidal self harm ideation Hopelessness Parent-child interactionBirth to 9 years 9 to 13 years 18 to 21 years

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