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Description: The Indigenous Wholistic Factors Project uses Indigenous Wholistic Theory to guide a (re)examination of the multi-level factors that may influence suicidal ideation among Native American young people in California. This theoretical framework introduces and situates the multi-level factors that may influence suicide-related behavior in a manner culturally relevant to the lived experienced of Native American youth. A computational, algorithmic approach is employed to identify which combination of wholistic factors can predict suicidal ideation among Native American high schoolers in California.

License: CC0 1.0 Universal


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