А. П. Гелда, А. Н. Нестерович, О. В. Лисковский
The effect of the temporary and climate factors on human ’s suicide behavior
В статье представлен обзор современных представлений о влиянии временных (месяца и сезона года, время суток и дня недели) и климатических (среднемесячной температуры, атмосферного давления, длины светового дня, уровня солнечной радиации, геомагнитных бурь, фаз луны и др.) факторов на суицидальное поведение человека.
ключевые слова: суицидальное поведение, временные и климатические факторы
The effect of the temporary and climate factors on human ’s suicide behavior
A. P. Gelda, A. N. Nestsiarovich, O. V. Liskovski
The article provides an overview of the current concepts concerning influence of the temporary characteristics (season, month, time of the day, day of the week) and climate factors (temperature, atmosphere pressure, sun radiation etc.) on human’s suicide behavior. Factors known to be associated with high suicide risk are described in details. However to objectivize the role of temporary and climate traits in periods critical for suicide we need to take into consideration social, demographical, familial, occupational, psychological and pathopsychological factors as well.
keywords: suicidal behavior, temporary and climate factors
1. Дюркгейм, Э. Самоубийство. Социологический этюд: пер. с франц. / Э. Дюркгейм. – 2-е изд. – М.: Мысль, 1994. – 399 с.
2. A role of sunshine in the triggering of suicide / E. Petri dou [et al.] // Epidemiology. – 2002. – Vol. 12. – P. 106–109.
3. Association of geomagnetic disturbances and suicides in Japan, 1999–2010 H. Tada [et al.] // Envir on Health Prev. Med. – 2014. – Vol. 19. – P. 64–71.
4. Atmospheric pressure and suicide attempts in Helsinki, Finland / L. Hi ltunen [et al.] // Int. J. Biometeorology DOI 10.1007/s00484-011-0518-2.
5. Bradvik, L. The occurr ence of suicide in severe depression related to the months of the year and the days of the week / L. Bradvik // Eur. Arch. Psychi atr. Clin. Neurosci. – 2002. – Vol. 252. – P. 28–32.
6. Berk, M. Do ambient electromagnetic fields affect behaviour? A demonstration of the relationshi p between geomagnetic storm activity and suicide / M. Berk, S. Dodd, M. Henry // Bioelectromagnetics. – 2006. – Vol. 27. – P. 151–155.
7. Cerebrospinal fluid levels of monoamine compounds and cholecystokinin peptides after exposure to standardized barometri c pressure / T. Eklundh [et al.] // Aviat. Space Envir on Med. – 2000. – Vol. 71. – P. 1131–1136.
8. Changes in the seasonality of suicides over time in Slovenia, 1971 to 2002 / R. Oravecz [et al.] // J. Affect. Disord. – 2006. – Vol. 95. – P. 135–140.
9. Chotai, J. Season of bir th is associated with age and method of suicide / J. Chotai, R. E. Salander, L. Jacobsson // Arch. Suicid. Res. – 1999. – Vol. 5. – P. 245–254.
10. Chotai, J. Converging evidence suggests that monoamine neurotransmitter turnover in human adults is associated with their season-of-bir th / J. Chotai, R. Adolfsson // Eur. Arch. Psychi atr. Clin. Neurosci. – 2002. – Vol. 252. – P. 130–134.
11. Climate impact on suicide rates in Finland from 1971 to 2003 / R. Ruuhela [et al.] // Int. J. Biometeorology. – 2009. – Vol. 53. – P. 167–175.
12. Decreasing tendency of seasonality in suicide may indicate loweri ng rate of depressive suicides in the population / Z. Rih mer [et al.] // Psychi atr. Res. – 1998. – Vol. 81. – P. 233–240.
13. Ecological studies of antidepressant treatment and suicidal ri sks / R. J. Baldessari ni [et al.] // Harv. Rev. Psychi atry. – 2007. – Vol. 15. – P. 133–145.
14. Erazo, N. Sex-specific time patterns of suicidal acts on the German railway system. An analysis of 4003 cases / Erazo N., Baumert J., Ladwig K-H. // J. Affect. Disord. – 2004. – Vol. 83. – P. 1–9.
15. Exploring lag and duration effect of sunshi ne in tri ggeri ng suicide / F. C. Papadopoulos [et al.] // J. Affect. Disord. – 2005. – Vol. 88. – P. 287–297.
16. Exposure to electromagnetic fields and suicide among electri c utility workers: a nested case-control study / E. Van Wijngaarden [et al.] // West. J. Med. – 2000. – Vol. 173. – P. 94–100.
17. Gabennesch, H. When promises fail / H. Gabennesch // Soc. Forces. – 1988. – Vol. 67. – P. 129–145.
18. Gordon, C. The effect of geomagnetic storms on suicide / C. Gordon, M. Berk // S. Afr. Psychi atr. Rev. – 2003. – Vol. 6. – P. 24–27.
19. Hajat, L. A. Relationshi p between daily suicide counts and temperature in England and Wales / L. A. Hajat, R. S. Kovats // Bri t. J. Psychi atry. – 2007. – Vol. 191. – P. 106–112.
20. Hakko, H. Seasonal vari ation in suicide occurr ence in Finland / H. Hakko, P. Rasanen, J. Tiih onen // Acta. Psychi atr. Scand. – 1998. – Vol. 98. – P. 92–97.
21. Hassan, R. Suicide Explained / R. Hassan – Melbourne University Press, Australia, 1995.
22. Increased suicide rate in the middle-aged and its association with hours of sunlight / G. Lambert [et al.] // Am. J. Psychi atry. – 2003. – Vol. 160. – P. 793–795.
23. Influence of envir onmental factors on suicidal behavior / E. Souetre [et al.] // Psychi atry Res. – 1989. – Vol. 32. – P. 253–263.
24. Kposowa, A. J. Association of temporal factors and suicides in the United States, 2000–2004Soc / A. J. Kposowa, E. S. D’Auri a // Psychi atr. Epidemiology. – 2010. – Vol. 45. – P. 433–445.
25. Lester, D. Sex differences in the seasonal distri - bution of suicides / D. Lester, M. L. Frank // Bri t. J. Psychi atry. – 1988. – Vol. 153. – P. 115–117.
26. Likhvar, V. Relation between temperature and suicide mortality in Japan in the presence of other confounding factors using time-seri es analysis with a semi parametri c approach / V. Likhvar, Y. Honda, M. Ono // Envir on Health Prev. Med. – 2011. – Vol. 16. – P. 36–43.
27. MacMahon, K. Short-term temporal cycles in frequency of suicide, United States 1972–1978 / K. MacMahon // Am. J. Epidemiology. – 1983. – Vol. 117. – P. 744–750.
28. Maldonado, G. Vari ation in suicide occurr ence by time of day, day of week, month and lunar phase / G. Maldonado, J. F. Kraus // Suicide Life Thr eat. Behav. – 1991. – Vol. 21. – P. 174–188.
29. Martin, S. J. Suicide and lunar cycles: a cri tical review over 28 years / S. J. Martin, I. W. Kelly, D. H. Saklofske // Psychol. Rep. – 1992. – Vol. 71. – P. 785–795.
30. Mental disorders and comorbidity in suicide / M. M. Henri ksson [et al.] // Am. J. Psychi atry. – 1993. – Vol. 150. – P. 935–940.
31. Preti, A. The influence of seasonal change on suicidal behavior in Italy / A. Preti // J. Affect. Disord. – 1997. – Vol. 44. – P. 123–130.
32. Preti, A. The influence of climate on suicidal behaviour in Italy / / A. Preti // Psychi atr. Res. – 1998. – Vol. 78. – P. 9–19.
33. Relationship between day length and suicide in Finland / L. Hi ltunen [et al.] // J. Cir cadian Rh ythms. – 2011. – Vol. 9. – P. 10.
34. Rock, D. Season-of-bir th as a ri sk factor for the seasonality of suicidal behavior / D. Rock, D. Greenberg, J. Hallmayer // Eur. Arch. Psychi atr. Clin. Neurosci. – 2006. – Vol. 256. – P. 98–105.
35. Seasonality of suicide attempts: association with gender / R. Mergl [et al.] // Eur. Arch. Psychi atr. Clin. Neurosci. – 2010. – Vol. 260. – P. 393–400.
36. Seasonal differences in suicide bir th rate in Alaska Natives compared to other populations / P. A. Kettl [et al.] // Am. Indian Alsk. Native Ment. Health Res. – 1997. – Vol. 8. – P. 1–10.
37. Sleep and suicide: an analysis of a cohort of 394,000 Taiwanese adults / D. Gunnell [et al.] // Soc. Psychi atry. Psychi atr. Epidemiology. – 2013. – Vol. 48. – P. 1457–1465.
38. Variation and seasonal patterns of suicide mortality in Finland and Sweden since the 1750s / J. Holopainen [et al.] // Envir on Health Prev. Med. – 2013. – Vol. 18. – P. 494–501.
39. Wechsberg, J. A reporter at large: Morketiden / J. Wechsberg // New Yorker. – 1972. – Vol. 48. – P. 103–126.
Формат файла: pdf (209.76 Кб)