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The efficacy of problem-solving treatments after deliberate self-harm: meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials with respect to depression, hopelessness and improvement in problems.

(2001) PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE. 31(6). p.979-988
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TOWNSEND, E, K HAWTON, DG ALTMAN, E ARENSMAN, D GUNNELL, P HAZELL, A HOUSE, and Cornelis Van Heeringen. 2001. “The Efficacy of Problem-solving Treatments After Deliberate Self-harm: Meta-analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials with Respect to Depression, Hopelessness and Improvement in Problems.” Psychological Medicine 31 (6): 979–988.
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TOWNSEND, E., HAWTON, K., ALTMAN, D., ARENSMAN, E., GUNNELL, D., HAZELL, P., HOUSE, A., et al. (2001). The efficacy of problem-solving treatments after deliberate self-harm: meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials with respect to depression, hopelessness and improvement in problems. PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE, 31(6), 979–988.
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TOWNSEND E, HAWTON K, ALTMAN D, ARENSMAN E, GUNNELL D, HAZELL P, et al. The efficacy of problem-solving treatments after deliberate self-harm: meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials with respect to depression, hopelessness and improvement in problems. PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE. 2001;31(6):979–88.
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TOWNSEND, E, K HAWTON, DG ALTMAN, et al. “The Efficacy of Problem-solving Treatments After Deliberate Self-harm: Meta-analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials with Respect to Depression, Hopelessness and Improvement in Problems.” PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE 31.6 (2001): 979–988. Print.
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  author       = {TOWNSEND, E and HAWTON, K and ALTMAN, DG and ARENSMAN, E and GUNNELL, D and HAZELL, P and HOUSE, A and Van Heeringen, Cornelis},
  issn         = {0033-2917},
  journal      = {PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {979--988},
  title        = {The efficacy of problem-solving treatments after deliberate self-harm: meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials with respect to depression, hopelessness and improvement in problems.},
  volume       = {31},
  year         = {2001},
}

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