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  • Неизвестный автор (Taylor & Francis Group, 1991-07-01)
  • Millen Leverett; Roll Samuel (Taylor & Francis Group, 1985-10-01)
    Using a case study as a context, guidelines for psychotherapy with suicidal patients are presented. Each guidelines is illustrated with material from the case of a patient who eventually committed suicide during the course ...
  • Hopmeyer Estelle; Werk Annette (Taylor & Francis Group, 1994-05-01)
    Although many authors have advocated the use of bereavement support groups, little research has been done comparing groups that differ in their structure and membership. We conducted such research on five bereavement support ...
  • Hendon MarvinK.; Epting FranzR. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1989-11-01)
    Hospice patients were compared with cancer patients in remission and patients with a temporary illness on death threat, hopelessness, and depression. The hospice group was found to be extremely low on death threat and ...
  • Hoekstra-Weebers J. E.H. M.; Little Wood J.L.; Boon C.M. J.; Postma A.; Humphrey G.B. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1991-11-01)
    The impact of children's death from cancer on parental coping styles and psychological well-being was studied retrospectively. Furthermore, parents who had lost younger children (3–9 years old) and parents who had lost ...
  • Petersonii JohnE. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1990-11-01)
    The dispute for control of Native American skeletal remains and associated grave items involves a conflict of values. It pits against each other parties that share a common interest in American Indian heritage. At the heart ...
  • Schonfeld DavidJ.; Smilansky Sara (Taylor & Francis Group, 1989-11-01)
    Cross-cultural comparisons are a valuable means of exploring the impact of sociocultural and environmental variables on a child's understanding of the concepts related to death. Exploration of an empirical nature has been ...
  • Neimeyer RobertA. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1985-07-01)
    Considerable research over the last ten years has suggested that individuals who are less actualized or who see themselves as more discrepant with their ideals are prone to experience higher levels of death fear and anxiety ...
  • Wass Hannelore; Raup JanaL.; Sisler HarryH. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1989-03-01)
    The television viewing habits and perceptions of television violence and death of 712 academically heterogeneous students, grades 6 through 12, from three urban and three rural schools in north Florida were surveyed using ...
  • Klingman Avigdor; Goldstein Zehava (Taylor & Francis Group, 1994-01-01)
    Israeli adolescents' responses to impending unconventional (i.e., nuclear and chemical) warfare prior to the 1991 Persian Gulf War were examined. The Nuclear Threat Index (NIT) and Rotter's Locus of Control Scale were ...
  • Zupanick CorinneE. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1994-03-01)
    The concept of disenfranchised grief is generalized to the understanding of the recovery process for adult children Of dysfunctional families. The recovery Process of this population is described as parallel to the grief ...
  • Brent SandorB.; Speece MarkW. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1993-05-01)
    Studies of the development of children's understanding of death typically compare the children's understanding against a presumed mature adult concept. This study examined the validity of one component of that adult ...
  • Corr CharlesA.; Corr DonnaM. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1992-03-01)
    This article describes the concept of adult hospice day care, argues that programs of adult hospice day care can be an important adjunct to home care and inpatient care, and provides a concrete illustration of ways in which ...
  • Moody RichardA.; Moody CarolP. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1991-11-01)
    Children grieve and experience a tremendous, devastating loss at the death of a parent; yet they often struggle with identifying and expressing their grief verbally. Thus, the surviving parent, as well as the adult helpers ...
  • Thorson JamesA. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1985-07-01)
    Literature on humor and on the humor associated with death is reviewed, and death humor is seen to have functions both as a defense mechanism as well as a social lubricant; it also helps people gain some sense of control ...
  • Stillion Judithm.; White Hedy; Edwards PamelaJ.; McDowell Eugenee. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1989-05-01)
    This study was designed to measure attitudes toward suicide by sex and age. The SAVE-A scale was used to measure attitudes toward suicidal adolescents. A new inventory (the SAVE-L scale) was created to measure attitudes ...
  • Bertman SandraL. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1989-11-01)
    Faith, human relationships, and basic existential concerns are as important as physical and psychological well-being of the aged. Drawing heavily from the arts and humanities, this paper examines the nature of these issues, ...
  • Horacek BruceJ. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1995-01-01)
    Building on evidence I offered earlier (Horacek, 1991), I develop a heuristic model of grieving that challenges the assumptions that grieving is time limited and that the bereaved should totally detachet or detach themselves ...
  • Неизвестный автор (Taylor & Francis Group, 1987-03-01)
  • Moskop JohnC. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-09-01)
    After briefly stating the significance of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) for public health, this paper considers programs or proposals to control the spread of AIDS in the following eight general areas: (a) ...