عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Stressful life Events, are challenging occurrences that are associated with emotional disruptions and seem to be one of the factors that lead individual to clash with depression and rumination, are worrying experiences that continually occur over time and can have an important role in creating suicidal thoughts. The aim of this study is to present a model to predict suicidal thoughts based on stressful events and depressive mediated rumination in students. Therefore, in a correlation study, 155 post-graduate students of Shiraz University were selected randomly and evaluated for depression, suicidal thoughts, and rumination responses. Correlation analysis showed that stressful life events and rumination scores can directly and significantly predict depression and suicidal thoughts. According to the proposed model, it was found that stressful life events and depressive mediated rumination could significantly predict suicidal thoughts. It appears that the risk of depression and suicidal thoughts is higher in students who have experienced more stressful life events and tend to use ruminative response more often. Given that students have an important role in community development; employing methods that prevent and treat depression and suicidal thoughts among this demographic is essential.