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Stats suicidal rate closer to the general population rate

Suicide has increased incidence in wide range of psychiatric disorders. In others the association is close to general population. The suicide rate for which of following is most likely to be closest to that of general population

a) schizophrenia
b) alcoholism
c) depression
d) major effective disorder
e) schizoid personality disorder
f) borderline personality disorder
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i think d)major effective disorder:notsure
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I think its C) Depression

Atleast that would be me after seeing miserable UW scores
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f)borderline personality disorder
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Default e) shizoid personality?

e) Is it Shisoid personality, as other choices include all parapathologic conditions.
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Suicide has increased incidence in wide range of psychiatric disorders. In others the association is close to general population. The suicide rate for which of following is most likely to be closest to that of general population

a) schizophrenia
b) alcoholism
c) depression
d) major effective disorder
e) schizoid personality disorder
f) borderline personality disorder
I think its e) Schizoid personality disorder.
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I think its E. Schizoid personality disorder.
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i think its C depression!
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i go with depression
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e)schizoid personality disorder

which has least suicide rate among all above options so close to general population..

depression---> 15%
alcoholism---> 15%
schizophrenia---.> 10%
border line personality disorder ---> 5%

and for remaining i dont know exact figures..
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