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ideation

 [i″de-a´shun]
the formation of ideas or images. adj., adj idea´tional.
suicidal ideation recurring thoughts of or preoccupation with suicide.

i·de·a·tion

(ī'dē-ā'shŭn),
The formation of ideas or thoughts.

ideation

Psychiatry The collective representation of thoughts and ideas, recalled from memory, or projected into the future, singly or combined. See Paranoid ideation, Suicidal ideation.

i·de·a·tion

(ī'dē-ā'shŭn)
The formation of ideas or thoughts.

ideation

The formation of ideas, thought, the use of the intellect.
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The tough nature of curriculum and hectic academic activities put burden on medical students and give them less opportunity to relax and plan for recreation which may lead to anxiety, depression, stress and other mental health problems.1,2 Factors like academic pressure, fear of failure, frequent examinations, lengthy courses along with other health and psychosocial problems result in stress which may lead towards suicidal ideation among students.3-5 Suicide is an act of purposefully putting oneself to death.
Suicidal ideation may negatively impact the health outcomes of individuals beyond the effects of completed suicide.
The amounts of internal/perceived stigma, spiritual beliefs, and suicidal ideations were obtained, 0.743, 0.771, and 0.821, respectively, which were acceptable according to the sample volume of the pretest.
The study endeavoured to compare the characteristics of suicidal ideations and attempts in patients with schizophrenia and bipolar disorders.
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At baseline, a high percentage of students involved in bullying exhibited past (26%) and present (41%) suicidal ideation. The percentage exhibiting suicidal behavior at baseline was likewise high (8%).
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The available evidence is hardly convincing; the already substantial literature regarding adolescent risk-taking behaviors suggests that reasons why adolescents take risks are multidimensional (e.g., Arnett, 1990, 1992, 1995; Dolcini et al., 1989; Farber, 1994; Lavery, Siegel, Cousins, & Rubovits, 1993), and personal fable ideations, such as "that can't/won't happen to me," and a general underestimation of risk have not been consistently related to risk-taking behavior (e.g., Ellen, Boyer, Tschann, & Shafer, 1996; Furby & Beyth-Marom, 1992; Hermand, Mullet, & Rompteaux, 1999; Shapiro, Siegel, Scovill, & Hays, 1998).
Suicidality was assessed on the dimensions of history, current ideations and behaviour and quantified by using Beck scale for Suicidal Ideation and Beck Suicidal Intent Scale.
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Suicide ideation could be defined as an idea or thought of self-harming behavior whether or not death is intended (De Leo and Krysinska, 2008; Samm et al., 2010).
Therefore, our study aimed to investigate the risk factors for different appearances of suicidal tendency including suicidal ideation and suicide attempt separately in patients with MDD unlike present studies.