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The Neurobiological Basis of Suicide

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The Neurobiological Basis of Suicide
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Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN/ASIN: 143983881X
ISBN-13: 9781439838815
Number of pages: 482

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With recent studies using genetic, epigenetic, and other molecular and neurochemical approaches, a new era has begun in understanding the pathophysiology of suicide. Emerging evidence suggests that neurobiological factors are not only critical in providing potential risk factors but also provide a promising approach to develop more effective treatment and prevention strategies.

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