Update: February 2019
Dr. Alma Sorberg Wallin of the Karolinska Institute (Sweden)
was able to determine: low performance and all associated with it
problems can be regarded as markers of suicidal tendencies. This
undisputed socially significant news posted on the official
Swedish Institute website.
The issue of studying suicides and behavior of people who resorted
to their attempts, is focused at the moment in preventive
the side. To do this, help doctors of any specialties.
special trainings are being developed, applications for smartphones that
aimed at identifying patients at risk of suicide in the future. But
prevention of suicide is nevertheless better implemented by trying
to fully understand the mechanism of the emergence of thoughts about it. And today
doctors from Sweden dared to suggest: the school level
academic performance is one of the prerequisites for suicidal attempts.
About 26,000 patients were involved in the experiment.
female and male over 16 years old. After analyzing the ratings
pupils, scientists conducted a comparison with formalized
suicide attempts у данной человеческой выборки. As a result alma
Sorberg Wallin found out: the less successfully the subjects learned
the school curriculum, the more frequent cases of suicide.
The results of the “bad” and “good” students differed 5 times.
It is worth noting that gender, mental illness in the family,
household security did not affect both the course and the
Such a modest study by world standards has not yet
enough to accurately determine the relationship of these two phenomena.
It was assumed that the basis is a low ability to learn
new, because early studies have shown its clear connection with
suicide and unsuccessful studies. Unfortunately, this assumption is not
found confirmation. However, experts have identified: higher
IQ numbers are associated with a higher risk of unauthorized care.
from the life of women.
However, the experiment of scientists will be able to help educators,
psychologists and family understand the need to monitor potentially