Differences in linguistic and psychological characteristics between suicide notes and diaries - Kim K, Choi S, Lee J, Sea J.

The objective of this study was to explore linguistic and psychological differences in suicide notes and the diaries of non-suicidal people. Fifty-six suicide notes and 56 personal diary entries were analyzed to provide basic descriptive data on linguistic...
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