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Socioeconomic Status and Dimensions of Mental Health with Suicidal Ideations among Students

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Shafiee-Kandjani AR, Alizadeh M, Nasirzadehghan A, Kehtary-Harzang L, Vahedi M, Poursadeqiyan M, Vazifehkhorani AK. Socioeconomic Status and Dimensions of Mental Health with Suicidal Ideations among Students. Iran J Public Health. 2021;50(10):2158-2160.