Suicide and filicide in postpartum psychosis

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Suicide and filicide in postpartum psychosis. / Brockington, Ian.

In: Archives of Women's Mental Health, 24.10.2016.

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title = "Suicide and filicide in postpartum psychosis",
abstract = "This paper reviews the frequency of suicide and filicide in a literature of over 4000, and personal series of 321, childbearing psychoses. Suicide is rare during the acute episode, but the rate is high later in the mother{\textquoteright}s life and in first degree relatives. The filicide rate is high in depressive psychoses (4.5 %), but lower in episodes without overt depression (less than 1 %), and some of these appear to be accidental, without intent to kill.",
author = "Ian Brockington",
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doi = "10.1007/s00737-016-0675-8",
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