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How intelligence and emotional control are related to suicidal behavior across the life course – A register-based study with 38-year follow-up

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  • Analysis of data collected in 1970 from 48.738 young Swedish men, compared to national suicide registers, shows that lower intelligence increases suicide risk.
  • Low emotional control significantly contributes to suicide in young men, but becomes less of a factor with age.
  • Low intelligence, however, remains a significant contributor to male suicide throughout life.

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