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Title: Linking family dysfunction to suicidal ideation : mediating roles of self-views and world-views
Authors: Chen, SX 
Wu, WCH
Bond, MH
Keywords: Family dysfunction
Self-view
Social axioms
Suicidal ideation
World-view
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Inc
Source: Asian journal of social psychology, 2009, v. 12, no. 2, p. 133-144 How to cite?
Journal: Asian Journal of Social Psychology 
Abstract: Research on suicide has documented various factors predicting suicidal ideation. The present study focused on the pathways emanating from one of the external, environmental forces (i.e. family dysfunction) through internal responses (beliefs about oneself and about the world), to suicidal ideation among Hong Kong Chinese. Using structural equation modelling, we tested the mediating roles of depressive self-views (including stress perception, depressive cognition and negative self-esteem) as well as two dimensions of social axioms (social cynicism and negative reward for application). Multi-group analysis showed that the mediation model was invariant across both males and females. Being socialized into a problematic family of origin affected multiple aspects of one's assessments of both oneself and one's world which, in turn, lead to greater suicidal ideation. Our findings provide important implications for assessing suicidal risk and guiding interventions in clinical treatment.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/12187
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-839X.2009.01280.x
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