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I have an exam over this course on this Thursday. I don't have a textbook so can anyone help me from my review. Thank you!

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Study Guide- 4020 Exam 1, Fall, 2019
Key concepts and ideas based upon your text (Prologue,
Chapters 1,2,3, 19),
class lecture, class handouts
cultural embeddedness and death- interconnection between culture
and persons
structural lag between culture and individual regarding death
death denying culture-cyclical nature of denial for cultures and
people
thresholds of awareness regarding death
personal goals for course- relationship to death,
constructing/reconstructing this via experience
probabilistic thinking- terror management theory
levels of understanding re: death and dying
death attitudes, beliefs, experiences (the Moment)- impact on our
behavior
controlled vs. uncontrolled mortality
theory vs. research vs. practice in death/dying
cognitive vs. affective vs. behavioral dimensions of death/death
education
developmental shifts in salience of death
death as independent vs. dependent variable
grief vs. bereavement vs. mourning
anticipatory grief, disenfranchised grief
informational vs. cathartic death education
formal vs..informal death education
goals/impact of death education
characteristics of the death educator/death counselor
deep learning- learning with your head versus learning with your
heart
"The horse on the dining room table" metaphor
functions of the death counselor/approaches to, crucial
characteristics of death counselors
requisite skills of death counselors
countertransference as it relates to death counseling
degenerative vs. communicative diseases- death trajectories
appropriate death
meanings of death (multidimensional)
understanding of one's own death vs. the death of another
healthy-minded vs. morbidly minded argument regarding the
acquisition of death fear
physicalness vs. transcendence via personal meaning of death
death fear/anxiety vs. death acceptance as responses to death
questions raised by the fact of death
Terror Management Theory/Disengagement/SOC?SES theories
multidimensional death fears
death vs. dying vs. afterlife
covert vs. overt death fear
varieties of denial
nonattention denial
defense mechanisms
sorrowing vs. overcoming vs. participating as responses to death

attachment_10012019.png

Study Guide- 4020 Exam 1, Fall, 2019
Key concepts and ideas based upon your text (Prologue,
Chapters 1,2,3, 19),
class lecture, class handouts
cultural embeddedness and death- interconnection between culture
and persons
structural lag between culture and individual regarding death
death denying culture-cyclical nature of denial for cultures and
people
thresholds of awareness regarding death
personal goals for course- relationship to death,
constructing/reconstructing this via experience
probabilistic thinking- terror management theory
levels of understanding re: death and dying
death attitudes, beliefs, experiences (the Moment)- impact on our
behavior
controlled vs. uncontrolled mortality
theory vs. research vs. practice in death/dying
cognitive vs. affective vs. behavioral dimensions of death/death
education
developmental shifts in salience of death
death as independent vs. dependent variable
grief vs. bereavement vs. mourning
anticipatory grief, disenfranchised grief
informational vs. cathartic death education
formal vs..informal death education
goals/impact of death education
characteristics of the death educator/death counselor
deep learning- learning with your head versus learning with your
heart
"The horse on the dining room table" metaphor
functions of the death counselor/approaches to, crucial
characteristics of death counselors
requisite skills of death counselors
countertransference as it relates to death counseling
degenerative vs. communicative diseases- death trajectories
appropriate death
meanings of death (multidimensional)
understanding of one's own death vs. the death of another
healthy-minded vs. morbidly minded argument regarding the
acquisition of death fear
physicalness vs. transcendence via personal meaning of death
death fear/anxiety vs. death acceptance as responses to death
questions raised by the fact of death
Terror Management Theory/Disengagement/SOC?SES theories
multidimensional death fears
death vs. dying vs. afterlife
covert vs. overt death fear
varieties of denial
nonattention denial
defense mechanisms
sorrowing vs. overcoming vs. participating as responses to death

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