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5 Matching questions

  1. phobia
  2. Frederick Herzbergs
  3. statistics
  4. paraphrasing
  5. John Bowlby
  1. a an exaggerated and persistent fear of dread of, or aversion to any specified type of object, stimulus or situation
  2. b The Attachment Theory - British psychoanalyst who studied the distress of infants who were separated from parents
    1. Attachments come from a need for security and saftey (assc w/ a relationship)
    2. the greater the potential for loss, the more intense the reaction (nature of the attachment)
    3. the same theory applies to death
    4. behaviors that may be exhibited - crying, perpetual searching (for attachment lost or didn't have), anxiety, clinginess (holding on to what they have left)
    5. children mourn in a way similar to adults
    6. allow children to talk freely and ask questions
  3. c Two factory theory (2 factors motivate)
    1. Job satisfaction - happy and productive
    2. Job dissatisfaction - poor workers
  4. d mortality, time factors, seasonal influences, racial considerations
  5. e expressing a thought or idea in an alternate and sometimes shorter form

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (Alan Wolfelt) the ability to enter into and share the feelings of others
  2. -unable to understand the finality of death
    -death is like sleep or taking a long journey
  3. Hierarchy of needs (triangle-starts at the bottom)
    1. Physiological needs
    2. Saftey and security
    3. Love and security
    4. Esteem
    5. Self-acutalization
  4. Developing Interpersonal Skills (for sucessful Funeral services)
    1. Phases of acquiring new interpersonal skills:
    -initial learning
    -uncomfortable use
    -consciously skilled
    -naturally skilled
    2. Essential Skills - attending or listening, paraphrasing, clarifying, perception checking, leading the discussion, questioning, reflected feelings, informing, summarizing
  5. studies the human mind and tries to explain why people act the way they do

5 True/False questions

  1. Erich LindermannGrief Syndrome - a set of symptoms associated with a loss
    1. somatic or bodily distress
    2. preoccupation with the image of the deceased
    3. guilt relating to the deceased or circumstances of the death
    4. hostile reaction towards others associated with the death or towards oneself
    5. inability to function as before loss

          

  2. regressiona defense mechanism used in grief to return to more familiar and often more primitive modes of coping

          

  3. Grief therapyintervention with people whose needs are so specific that usually they can only be met by specially trained physicians in this field of work with deeper levels of consciousness

          

  4. grieving challengescause, investigation and interrogation, severity of loss, relational problems

          

  5. shamethe assumption of blame directed toward one's self and others

          

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