g) Suicide

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Suicide and separation


Evans, R., Scourfield, J., & Moore, G. (2012). Gender, relationship breakdown and suicide risk: a systematic review of research in western countries. Men, suicide and society, 36.

Ide, N., M. Wyder, et al. (2010). Separation as an Important Risk Factor for Suicide: A Systematic Review. Journal of Family Issues, 31(12): 1689-1716.

Kazan, D., Calear, A. L., & Batterham, P. J. (2016). The impact of intimate partner relationships on suicidal thoughts and behaviours: A systematic review. Journal of affective disorders, 190, 585-598.

Kõlves, K., Ide, N., & De Leo, D. (2010). Suicidal ideation and behaviour in the aftermath of marital separation: Gender differences. Journal of Affective Disorders, 120(1-3), 48-53.

Scourfield, J., & Evans, R. (2014). Why might men be more at risk of suicide after a relationship breakdown? Sociological insights. American Journal of Men’s Health, 9(5): 380-84.