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The Relationship between Performance of Attention Task and Suicidal Ideation in Korean Patients with Mood Disorders

Title
The Relationship between Performance of Attention Task and Suicidal Ideation in Korean Patients with Mood Disorders
Authors
Kim, Soo InKong, Kyoung Ae
Ewha Authors
김수인공경애
SCOPUS Author ID
김수인scopus; 공경애scopus
Issue Date
2020
Journal Title
PSYCHIATRY INVESTIGATION
ISSN
1738-3684JCR Link

1976-3026JCR Link
Citation
PSYCHIATRY INVESTIGATION vol. 17, no. 4, pp. 374 - 381
Keywords
Mood disorderSuicidal ideationSustained attention
Publisher
KOREAN NEUROPSYCHIATRIC ASSOC
Indexed
SCIE; SSCI; SCOPUS; KCI WOS scopus
Document Type
Article
Abstract
Objective We examined the performance of attention tests related to suicidal ideation in mood disorder patients and to explain the difference of attention test performance in relation to suicidal ideation after controlling clinical and psychological variables of mood disorder patients. Methods Seventy-three in- and outpatients with major depressive disorder (n=41) or bipolar disorder (n=32) completed a self-rating questionnaire assessing socio-demographic characteristics, and clinical and psychological variables. Comprehensive Attention Test (CAT) also was conducted. Results Thirty-three patients were the high-suicidal ideation (SI) group, and forty patients were the low-SI group. The errors of commission (CEs) of visual sustained attention in the high-SI group was 6.3 times higher on average than that of the low-SI group. After controlling for sex, age, and diagnosis, a higher number of CEs on visual sustained attention tasks predicted higher SI score. However, after controlling for sex, age, diagnosis, and depressive mood, this predictive ability was no longer observed. Conclusion This study showed that CE on the visual sustained attention task seems to influence suicidal ideation as a result of interaction with depressive symptoms.
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DOI
10.30773/pi.2020.0020
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