The Laboratory for the Study and Prevention of Suicide-Related Conditions and Behaviors at Florida State University focuses primarily on the study of the nature, causes, and management of suicidal behavior and related disorders (e.g., eating disorders, mood disorders, personality disorders). The goal of our research is to further refine and empirically test the interpersonal theory of suicide, as well as understand and prevent suicidal behavior in military and other settings.
|in press:||Hom, M. A., Stanley, I. H., Moberg, F. B., & Joiner, T. E., Jr. (in press). Mental health service use among firefighters with suicidal thoughts and behaviors. Psychiatric Services.|
|in press:||Rogers, M. L., & Joiner, T. E. (in press). Borderline personality disorder diagnostic criteria as risk factors for suicidal behavior through the lens of the interpersonal theory of suicide. Archives of Suicide Research.|
|11/30/2015:||Podlogar, M. C., Rogers, M. L., Chiurliza, B., Hom, M. A., Tzoneva, M., & Joiner, T. E, Jr. (2015). Who are we missing? Non-disclosure in online suicide risk screening questionnaires. Psychological Assessment. (abstract)|
|11/15/2015:||Stanley, I. H., Hom, M. A., Hagan, C. R., & Joiner, T. E. (2015). Career prevalence and correlates of suicidal thoughts and behaviors among firefighters. Journal of Affective Disorders, 187, 163-171. (abstract)|
|11/2/2015:||Joiner, T. E., Hom, M. A., Hagan, C. R., & Silva, C. (2015). Suicide as a derangement of the self-sacrificial aspect of eusociality. Psychological Review. (abstract)|