Suicidal Ideation Trajectories - A Latent Profile Analysis of A Prospective Study
Collaborator: Hanga Galfalvy, Ph.D. (Lead author; Columbia University), Morgan Buerke (University of Southern Mississippi), Anna Szücs, M.D. (University of Geneva), Katalin Szanto, M.D. (University of Pittsburgh)
This study applied a data-driven method to identify suicidal subtypes by conducting a latent profile analysis to examine suicidal ideation trajectories in a longitudinal sample.
In this study, I was responsible for applying analytic models and visualizing data using radar plots and line plots.
We are currently finalizing the manuscript.
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