Injustice is served: injustice mediates the effects of interpersonal physical trauma on posttraumatic stress symptoms and depression following traumatic injury - Boals A, Trost Z, Warren AM, McShan EE.

Previous research has consistently found that traumas of an interpersonal nature are associated with elevated levels of posttraumatic stress symptoms (PTSS). In the current study, we examined whether feelings of injustice related to sustained physical trau...
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Suicide is an important public health issue. Over 800 000 people die by suicide each year worldwide,1 and approximately 6000 people per year in the UK.2 Self-harm is a public health priority.3 Self-harm is defined as any intentional act of self-injury or s...
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Commentary on: Howarth EJ, O'Connor DB, Panagioti M, et al. Are stressful life events prospectively associated with increased suicidal ideation and behaviour? A systematic review and meta-analysis. J Affect Disord. 2020;266:731-42. doi: 10.1016/j.jad.2020....
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