Completed Suicide and Psychiatric Diagnoses in Young People: A Critical Examination of the Evidence
Class: Psychology 101
It is time for us to understand the function of specific mental disorders and their relative importance. Death committed suicide is a problem worldwide. In the study done by the World Health Organization, authors looked at the published English research. In this process psychiatric retrace the presence and the distribution of mental disorders in cases of young people who have killed themselves all over the world. In this study they paid close attention to the different reasons why young people get to commit suicide. At the top of the chart they had mental disorder, if we want to be more precise we have to tell you that mental disorder represented a number of (88.6%) from the majority of cases that they were looking at. In second place they had mood disorder (42.1%) which was followed by substance-related disorders (40.8 %) and disruptive behavior that came last because it only represented a number of 20.8 %. From the results that they got the organization decided to put their focus trying to understand the role of mental disorder on death committed suicide among young people. There have been a lot of discussion and documentary in this topic. But to get people’s attention the WHO knew that they had to prove this relationship from the public perspective because failure to do so, represent a danger for young people all over the world. Method
Using the systematic study of all English-language reports that were related to mental disorders. The organization was very focus on the identification of mental disorders from the data’s that they collected from the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, Tenth Revision (ICD-10, World Organization, 1992) or the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental...
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