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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. b. altruistic suicide
  2. FOUR TASK OF MOURNING
  3. Weisman once wrote
  4. this would occur at times of economic depression after defeat in war, after stock market crash
  5. Sudden death 5. sense of helpless
  1. a this type of death is an assault on our sense of power and on our sense of orderliness
  2. b occurs when the individual is overly integrated into society has an exaggerated concern for it and is willing to die for the group - duty stress identity with a group for the good of all - kamikaze pilots and today's terrorist
  3. c anomic suicide
  4. d WILLIAM WORDEN
  5. e - I realize that not only some deaths were better than others, but that certain deaths were so fitting as to be called appropriate

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. perceive the death as rejection - the why why is really why did they do this to me
  2. in our society there is a stigma associated with suicide
  3. . physical illness
    2. psychogenic or psychosomatic illness - originates in the mind or in mental or emotional conflict
    3. neurosis - a mental or functional disorder milder in nature than psychosis
    4. psychosis - a fundamentally lasting mental derangement - loss of contact with reality
  4. SPACE - POPULATION -KNOWLEDGE-STANCE
  5. 1. make believe stories or fairy tales
    2. something you don't believe yourself
    3. what they need to unlearn later

5 True/False questions

  1. - A CHILD'S UNDERSTANDING of deathGROLLMAN

          

  2. b. guiltsurvivors take responsibility for the action and have a gnawing feeling there was something they should have done

          

  3. . delayed grief- sometime called inhibited, or postponed grief, the person may have had an emotional reaction at the time of loss but it is not sufficient to the loss

          

  4. explaining death to children- griever is usually conscious of the relationship to the reaction to the death but the reaction to the current situation is excessive and disabling

          

  5. exaggerated griefseen when a person experience symptoms and behaviors which cause them difficulty but do not see or

          

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