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  • Wass Hannelore (Taylor & Francis Group, 1984-10-01)
  • Carson Ute (Taylor & Francis Group, 1979-12-01)
  • Reck AndrewJ. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1977-07-01)
    Viewed from the modern American standpoint, life is the ground of all our values and death is a limiting condition. The approach discussed in this paper is pragmatic and hence contextualistic. Denying the value of death ...
  • Lauter H.; Meyer J.E. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1984-04-01)
    The question concerning mercy killing of mental patients without consent has recently been under discussion, particularly with regard to the senile or chronically insane. The concepts of Social Darwinism, its suggestions ...
  • Clark DuncanB. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1981-06-01)
    A program for educating police officers on the symptomatology and management of acute grief through case consultation is described. Four phases of the intervention are outlined: (a) systems entry, (b) direct service, (c) ...
  • Неизвестный автор (Taylor & Francis Group, 1978-03-01)
  • Berman AlanL.; Carroll TeresaA. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1984-10-01)
    Within the framework of the methodological problems that plague research in suicide, a comprehensive review of the empirical research literature on adolescent suicide is presented. Behavioral, familial/parental, cognitive, ...
  • Baum StevenK.; Boxley RussellL. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1984-10-01)
    Denying one's age is a common experience in the United States. A recent review of the research literature finds that the majority of older people report feeling consistently “younger” than their real age (1). Just why older ...
  • Pinder MargaretM.; Hayslip Bert (Taylor & Francis Group, 1980-07-01)
    An analysis of the relationship between the frequency of death education courses and morality was carried out in order to examine Blauner's (6) hypothesis concerning the social impact of the death of the elderly, as well ...
  • Buckingham RobertW.; Foley SusanH. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1978-03-01)
    Pressure for greater accountability is being exerted on programs for care of the terminally ill and increasing the demand for evaluation research. Current documentation of such programs is inadequate in that it is anecdotal ...
  • Butler RobertN. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1979-12-01)
  • Hine VirginiaH. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1977-10-01)
    It is suggested that a link exists between adaptive attitudes toward death and the experience of dramatically altered states of consciousness. Permanent changes in attitude frequently occur whether the altered state of ...
  • Rodabough Tillman (Taylor & Francis Group, 1980-01-01)
    Several models of the dying process—the Dying as Stages Model, the Death Trajectory-Phases Model, and the Personality-Repetitive Alternation Model—are reviewed and evaluated. An Interpersonal Reactions Model, based on ...
  • Neimeyer RobertA.; Fontana DeborahJ.; Gold Kenneth (Taylor & Francis Group, 1983-06-01)
    This paper details a system for analyzing the content of constructs that persons employ to conceptualize situations involving death and dying. The development of the content coding manual is reviewed, and the interjudge ...
  • Corr CharlesA. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1984-01-01)
    The subject of children and death is usually introduced, at least briefly, in courses on Death and Dying. It is a subject with many interesting facets, one that is important both for children and for adults, and one that ...
  • Corr CharlesA. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1977-10-01)
    Death and dying courses have recently experienced very rapid proliferation. Such exuberant growth suggests the value of a pause to examine the strengths and the weaknesses of such courses. Our aim should be to try to ...
  • Cottrell RandallR.; Eddy JamesM.; Alles WesleyF.; St. Pierre RichardW. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1984-04-01)
    The purpose of this study was to ascertain the body disposal preferences of college students at The Pennsylvania State University, and to identify factors related to their choice in order to draw implications to strengthen ...
  • Неизвестный автор (Taylor & Francis Group, 1983-12-01)
  • Неизвестный автор (Taylor & Francis Group, 1984-01-01)
  • Degner L.; Chekryn J.; Deegan M.; Gow C.; Koop P.; Mills J.; Reid J. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1981-12-01)
    An undergraduate nursing course in palliative care was initiated in 1977 after a major curriculum revision. The course runs over two academic terms and involves students in giving direct care to patients and families. The ...