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- 1 First Considerations of the Investigators
- 2 Diagnostic Criteria Used in St. Louis to Determine Four Major Groups
- 3 Design of Interview Schedule to Determine the Prevalence of Symptoms Compared in the Four Major Diagnostic Groups
- 4 Affective Disorder—Description of the Sample Comprising the Largest of the Four Major Diagnostic Groups
- 5 Alcoholism—Description of the Sample Comprising the Second Largest of the Four Major Diagnostic Groups
- 6 The Miscellaneous Group—Description of the Clinical Group Comprising the Smallest Number in the Total Sample
- 7 The Psychiatrically Undiagnosed Group—Description of the 20 Subjects So Categorized
- 8 How Predictable Are Predictors of Suicide?
- 9 Before Suicide