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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. DR EDGAR JACKSON wrote
  2. 2. behavioral clues
  3. FOUR TASK OF MOURNING
  4. 2nd grief work
  5. 3rd task of mourning
  1. a Wrote 'Dying facing the facts
  2. b a. alcohol or drug abuse
    b. previous attempt
    c. giving away possessions
    d. making a will
    e. sudden change in behavior
    f. quiet person becomes expressive
    g. significant drop in performance
    h. risk taking
    i. behavior that results in accidents or injury
  3. c Adjust to an environment in which the deceased is missing
  4. d Repeatedly going over loss experience in one's mind
  5. e WILLIAM WORDEN

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 1. intra psychic conflict of death is lessened
    2. the dying posture of the individual is consistent with their ego idea
    3. important relationships are preserved and restored
    4. basic instinct, hopes and wishes of fantasy, and goals for growth and reemerge and give the patient some degree of fulfillment
  2. the type suggested that one may receive too much control by society and feel oppressed under extremely strict rules - associated with over regulation - one dies in despair of being able to make it in a society that allow little opportunity for satisfaction of individual fulfillment
  3. COLIN MURRAY PARKES
  4. is uncomplicated grief
  5. - leaves the survivor with many regrets for things they did not do and say with the deceased

5 True/False questions

  1. 5-9begin to understand death as final but may not accept it as something that happens to
    everyone- will often personify death - example the boogie man

          

  2. ATTACHMENT THEORY1. share your own religious belief
    2. speak in concrete terms rather than philosophical
    3. give them permission to cry and express emotions
    4. acknowledge when you don't know the answer

          

  3. a. shamein our society there is a stigma associated with suicide

          

  4. 3-51. death occurs without warning
    2. there is an absence of definite cause
    3. involvement of legal system
    4. communication breakdown occurs between parents

          

  5. Bereavement- the perception of death by those who suffer the loss -because bereavement
    involves relationships, it is a social experience

          

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