Death Anxiety Handbook

Death Anxiety Handbook

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Presenting a broad coverage of this major area of studies on death and dying, this book provides a systematic presentation of the six most widely used and best validated measures of death anxiety, threat and fear. These chapters consider the available data on the psychometric properties of each instrument and summarize research using them, and also supply a copy of the instrument with scoring keys - to facilitate their use. In addition, other chapters make use of the instrumentation by pursuing questions of applied significance in various health care settings nursing homes, psychotherapy, death education, near death experiences, persons with AIDS, experiences of bereaved young adults.; An introductory chapter introduces the major philosophical and psychological theories of the causes and consequences of death anxiety in adult life, and a closing chapter gives an overview of death education and how this affects attitudes towards death and dying.USA Publishing Office: Taylor aamp; Francis 1101 Vermont Avenue, N.W., Suite 200 Washington, DC20005-3521 Tel: (202).289-2174 Fax: ... 234567890 BRB R 98 7 6.5 This book was set in Times Roman by Harlowe Typography, Inc. The editors were Deborah Klenotic and Joyce Duncan; the ... Anxiety. 3. Deatha€” Psychological aspectsa€”Testing. 4. Anxietya€”Testing. I. Neimeyer, Robert A., 1954a€“ BF789.

Title:Death Anxiety Handbook
Author:Robert A. Neimeyer
Publisher:Taylor & Francis - 1994-01


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