11.20.08 Death and bereavement

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 11/4/09 Death and bereavement 11/20/2008
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11/4/09 Death anxiety Age differences Young-middle-late Adolescents report more death anxiety Lester and Becker, 1992, compared college students in 1930 with those in 1991 The 1930 group had lower death anxiety
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11/4/09 Death trajectories (way in which one dies) Sudden No apparent health issues Lingering Has good health, but at a certain point a health issue arises and there is a progressive decline in health Up and down course Once at high health but then health
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11/4/09 Coping with terminal illness: Elizabeth Kubler-Ross Started to interview people that were dying and formulated some stages that people go through when they are aware that they are dying Aim was to see what it was like for someone who is aware of their approaching death
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Coping with terminal illness: Elizabeth Kubler-Ross Denial Initially in a state of shock Anger As reality sets in
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2009 for the course PSY 1357 taught by Professor C.lausberg during the Fall '09 term at Pittsburgh.

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