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Young Adult Follow-up of Adolescent Girls in Juvenile Justice Using the Columbia Suicide Severity Rating Scale Public Deposited

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  • We studied the reliability and validity of the Columbia Suicide Severity Scale (C-SSRS). Severely delinquent adolescent girls (n = 166) participated in a treatment trial and repeated assessments over time. Lifetime suicide attempt history was measured using the C-SSRS in early adulthood (n = 144; 7–12 years post-baseline). Nonclinician raters showed strong interrater reliability using the C-SSRS. Self-, caseworker-, and caregiver-reports of girls’ suicide attempt histories collected at baseline correlated with adult participants’ recollections of their baseline attempt histories. Suicidal ideation measured prospectively across a 7–12 year period was associated with retrospectively reported suicide attempt across the same period.
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  • Kerr, D. C. R., Gibson, B., Leve, L. D. and DeGarmo, D. S. (2014), Young Adult Follow-up of Adolescent Girls in Juvenile Justice Using the Columbia Suicide Severity Rating Scale. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 44: 113–129. doi:10.1111/sltb.12072
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  • This project was supported by grants R01 DA024672 and R01 DA015208 from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, and by grants R01 MH054257 and R03 MH091611 from the National Institute of Mental Health, NIH, U.S, PHS (PIs: Patricia Chamberlain, PhD, Leslie Leve, PhD, and David Kerr, PhD).
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