Sean M. Mitchell, Ph.D.

Psychological Sciences Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX 
Suicide risk and prevention
"Sean M Mitchell TTU"


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Kelly C. Cukrowicz grad student 2012-2018 Texas Tech (Neurotree)


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Sarah L. Brown collaborator (Neurotree)
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Morris CS, Keen MA, White C, et al. (2024) Determining the MMPI-3 SUI scale's cross-sectional and prospective utility in suicide risk assessment. Journal of Clinical Psychology
Gerner JL, Moscardini EH, Mitchell SM, et al. (2023) Examination of real-time variation in interpersonal hopelessness and suicidal desire in a college student sample reporting past-2-week suicidal ideation. Suicide & Life-Threatening Behavior
Mitchell SM, Brown SL, Moscardini EH, et al. (2023) A Psychometric Evaluation of the Interpersonal Hopelessness Scale Among Individuals With Elevated Suicide Risk. Assessment. 10731911231161766
Sparks S, Mitchell SM, LeDuc MK. (2023) Association between perceived social support and suicide ideation distress among psychiatric inpatients: The role of thwarted interpersonal needs. Journal of Clinical Psychology
Petrovic J, Mills DJ, Mitchell SM. (2022) Integrating the interpersonal theory of suicide and the dualistic model of passion among adults at risk for suicide. Motivation and Emotion. 47: 193-207
Mitchell SM, Görgülü T, Dhingra K, et al. (2022) Depressive Symptoms Moderate the Association Between the Recent History of Alcohol Use Severity and Suicide Attempt History Among Adults in a Pretrial Jail Diversion Program. Crisis
Brown SL, Seymour NE, Mitchell SM, et al. (2022) Interpersonal Risk Factors, Sexual and Gender Minority Status, and Suicidal Ideation: Is BDSM Disclosure Protective? Archives of Sexual Behavior
Brown SL, Marshall AJ, Mitchell SM, et al. (2021) Suicide Ideation and Thwarted Interpersonal Needs among Psychiatric Inpatients: A Network Approach. Clinical Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 9: 1080-1094
Scanlon F, Morgan RD, Mitchell SM, et al. (2021) Criminal risk and mental illness in psychiatric inpatient units: An opportunity to provide psychological services for unmet criminogenic needs. Psychological Services
La Rosa NL, Brown SL, Mitchell SM, et al. (2021) The moderating role of pessimism in the association between retrospective relational peer victimization, interpersonal risk factors, and suicide ideation. Aggressive Behavior
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