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Research Consortium

Project 6, Survey of Distress, Suicidality, and Student Coping
(2011)

In an effort to further understand the continuum of suicidal thinking, as established by Research Consortium Project 5: The Nature of Suicidal Crises in College Students (2006), the Research Consortium designed a 79-item survey. The objectives of this survey were a) to confirm findings related to the continuum of suicidal thinking in college students, b) to understand student stressors, attitudes, and coping behaviors related to a recent stressful period, and c) to gain insight into students’ utilization of resources and help-seeking behaviors. Data were obtained on over 26,000 students at 74 United States colleges and universities.

Student Coping Survey – Spring 2011Survey Codebook






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