Adolescent suicide is one of the most common reasons for death among young people all around the world. India has the largest adolescent population of 25.6 crores (NCRB, 2020), between the ages of 15-25 years, and has one of the highest rates of death by suicide among young people. This research synopsis seeks to understand the nature of risk factors and measures their intensity in relation to suicidal behaviour among young people.
Risk Factors for Suicidal Behaviour Among Adolescents in the Indian Context Through the Lens of the Integrated Motivational-Volitional Model
LEAD at Krea University, Banyan Academy of Leadership in Mental Health (BALM)
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