My Hypothesis- gabythefujoshi

My Hypothesis  

1- Depression  

2-Depression and suicide rates  

3-The effect depression and mental illness has on the rise in the suicide rate   

4- A large percentage of people who suffered through depression and other mental illnesses have committed suicide.  

5-People who aren’t diagnosed with severe depression are most likely to commit suicide than those who are.  

6-People who don’t have severe depression or other mental health conditions are most likely to commit suicide than those who are because there is no way of knowing or helping the person’s mental state.

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2 Responses to My Hypothesis- gabythefujoshi

  1. gabythefujoshi18 says:

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  2. davidbdale says:

    6. People who don’t have severe depression or other mental health conditions are most likely to commit suicide than those who are because there is no way of knowing or helping the person’s mental state.

    That’s interesting, gaby and might be researchable. If I understand correctly, you’re suggesting a threshold argument.
    1. Mildly depressed people might not seek help at all.
    2. Moderately depressed people might seek help but not get the most effective therapies because their healthcare providers underestimate the danger they’re in.
    3. Severely depressed people get “emergent” care because their perils are more obvious and therefore survive.

    So the most at-risk group is in the middle, the most likely to be neglected.

    If that’s accurate, can you re-work your Hypothesis Series so that it reflects your thinking more precisely? Once I see your revisions, I can help you move forward to something even more narrow and specific.

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