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Suicide Methods Differ Between Men And Women

Published: August 30, 2011.
By Springer
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Women who commit suicide are more likely than men to avoid facial disfiguration, but not necessarily in the name of vanity. Valerie Callanan from the University of Akron and Mark Davis from the Criminal Justice Research Center at the Ohio State University, USA, show that there are marked gender differences in the use of suicide methods that disfigure the face or head.

Although a number of studies have looked at gender differences in suicide risk, few have examined gender differences in suicide methods.


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