Current SRPR Laboratory Projects

The SRPR Laboratory will often have multiple ongoing research projects and collaborations with other research groups.



Some of our current projects are listed below:

  • Examining interpersonal factors and antisocial traits as risk factors for suicide ideation among prison inmates.

  • Testing the roles of substance use, criminal justice involvement, and belonging in suicidal thoughts and behaviors among residential substance use patients.


  • Testing the roles of substance use and social support in relation to suicide attempts among state hospital inpatients adjudicated not guilty by reason of insanity.


  • Testing psychopathic personality traits, substance use, and moral emotions in relation to suicide ideation among individuals enrolled in a pretrial diversion program.


  • Validating and establishing the clinical utility of an assessment of interpersonal hopelessness.


  • Investigating the relation between treatment-seeking behaviors and suicidal thoughts and behaviors.


  • Testing the interpersonal theory of suicide using a network analysis approach among psychiatric inpatients.

© 2019 by Sean M. Mitchell, Ph.D.

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