Relationships Between Suicidal Behavior and Personality Types

Relationships Between Suicidal Behavior and Personality Types This study examined the hypotheses that introversion in general and the introverted‐intuitive‐feeling‐perceiving (INFP) type as measured by the Meyers‐Briggs Type Indicator are related to suicidal ideation and behaviors. Analyses of data from 330 university students found four interactive suicidal behavior risk models: introverted‐perceiving (IP) (females); introverted‐sensing‐feeling (ISF) (males); introverted‐intuitive‐perceiving (INP) (males); extraverted‐intuitive‐judging (ENJ) (males). Study findings were interpreted in terms of implications for risk assessment and intervention. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior Wiley

Relationships Between Suicidal Behavior and Personality Types

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Publisher
Wiley
Copyright
1994 The American Association for Suicidology
ISSN
0363-0234
eISSN
1943-278X
D.O.I.
10.1111/j.1943-278X.1994.tb00753.x
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Abstract

This study examined the hypotheses that introversion in general and the introverted‐intuitive‐feeling‐perceiving (INFP) type as measured by the Meyers‐Briggs Type Indicator are related to suicidal ideation and behaviors. Analyses of data from 330 university students found four interactive suicidal behavior risk models: introverted‐perceiving (IP) (females); introverted‐sensing‐feeling (ISF) (males); introverted‐intuitive‐perceiving (INP) (males); extraverted‐intuitive‐judging (ENJ) (males). Study findings were interpreted in terms of implications for risk assessment and intervention.

Journal

Suicide and Life-Threatening BehaviorWiley

Published: Sep 1, 1994

References

  • Affirmative: In support of researching the Myers‐Briggs Type Indicator
    Carlson, Carlson
  • Chronic, early exposure to suicidal ideation in a parental figure: A pattern of presuicidal characteristics
    Hutchinson, Hutchinson; Draguns, Draguns
  • Suicide of Japanese youth
    Iga, Iga
  • Behavioral treatment for depression: An evaluation of therapeutic components
    Turner, Turner; Ward, Ward; Turner, Turner

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