The Suicide Probability Scale: Norms and factor structure
The present study examined the factor structure of the Suicide Probability Scale with a sample of 390 undergraduates, using confirmatory factor analysis. The original oblique four-factor structure provided a poor fit to the data. Scores on the total scale correlated .63 with scores on a validated self-report measure of mood and .51 and .42 with anxiety symptoms. Additional norms for the total scale are reported.
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Bagge, Courtney and Osman, Augustine, "The Suicide Probability Scale: Norms and factor structure" (1998). Faculty Publications. 3931.