The InterSePT scale for suicidal thinking reliability and validity

J. P. Lindenmayer, Pal Czobor, Larry Alphs, Ann Marie Nathan, Ravi Anand, Zahur Islam, James C.Y. Chou, Saide Altinsan, Siemion Altman, Likiana Avigo, Richard Balon, Vanda Beněsová, Luis Bengochea, Alberto Bertoldi, Elisabeth Bokowska, Marc Bourgeois, Bernardo Carpiniello, James Chou, Guy Chouinard, Libor ChvilaJean Dalery, Liliana Dell'Osso, Carl Eisdorfer, Robin A. Emsley, T. A. Fahy, Vera Folnegovic, Sophie Frangou, Pedro Gargoloff, Alberto Giannelli, Alan I. Green, Richard Greenberg, George T. Grossberg, George Hsu, Naveed Iqbal, Miro Jakovljevic, Richard C. Josiassen, Akos Kassaifarkas, Frederic Khidichian, Mary Ann Knesevich, Jack Krasuski, Veronica Larach, Michael Lesem, Pierre Michel Llorca, Jean Pierre Lindenmayer, Stephen Martin, Muriel Maurel-Raymondet, Herbert Meltzer, Laszlo Mod, Eva Morik, Carlos Morra, Ann Mortimer, Gyorgy Ostorharics-Horvath, Ivo Paclt, Jorg J. Pahl, Jeffrey Lee Peters, Rosario Piolo, Michael G. Plopper, Thomas Posever, Delbert Robinson, Carlo Andrea Robotti, Oladapo Tomori, Santha Vaidain, Zdèoka Vyhnándová, Marie Agathe Zimmerman

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