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Personality Dimensions as Predictors of Suicidal Ideation among Selected Prison Inmates in Anambra State, Nigeria: A Demographical Perspective
Asian Journal of Medicine and Health
The plights of prison inmates cannot be over emphasized and it has been one of much debate characterized with agitations by the civil liberties group and other human rights organizations owing to the increase in suicidal ideation rates globally, which have prompted unsuccessful attempt by the government and its institutions to correct this problem with little or no success until date. This study examined personality characteristics as predictors of suicidal ideation among a group of selecteddoi:10.9734/ajmah/2019/v17i130155 fatcat:wbpczlylajb3vdmssjgvlx3xam