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  1. HIS MODEL TASKS OF DYING - PROVIDE A HOLISTIC VIEW THAT DISTINGUISHES FOUR PRIMARY DIMENSIONS IN THE PROCESS OF COPING AND DYING
  2. purpose and values of the funeral rites for survivors 6-10
  3. Manifestation of Normal Grief
  4. 5-9
  5. Chronic grief
  1. a CHARLES CORR
  2. b 6. meet spiritual, psychological, and social needs
    7. opportunity for farewell through ritual
    8. establishes a socially accepted climate for mourning
    9. a time for those less afflicted to support those who are more afflicted
    10. a chance to reflect upon memories of the deceased to provide a dramatic presentation of the fact that a life had been lived
  3. c begin to understand death as final but may not accept it as something that happens to
    everyone- will often personify death - example the boogie man
  4. d William Worden
  5. e - excessive in duration and never comes to a satisfactory conclusion

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. . 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
  2. not inherited but risk may be higher for family members who lose a close relative to suicide
  3. ACUTE CRISIS PHASE-CHRONIC LIVING/DYING PHASE--TERMINAL PHASE
  4. KUBLER-ROSS
  5. WILLIAM WORDEN

5 True/False questions

  1. DETERMINANTS OF GRIEF - RAPHAELJOHN BOWLBY AND COLIN MURRAY PARKES

          

  2. d. distorted thinkingoccurs when the person fails to become totally integrated into society or family life - general feeling is one of extreme isolation sometimes referred to as a loner - the largest number of suicides are of this type

          

  3. DR ERICH LINDEMANN- the perception of death by those who suffer the loss -because bereavement
    involves relationships, it is a social experience

          

  4. TERMINAL PHASE1. individual begins to close off his or her emotional investment in life and prepares for death. Individual reaches a point where they turn inward to withdraw from the external world. At this time we can say the terminal interval of existence has begun and will end at biological death

          

  5. a. shamesurvivors take responsibility for the action and have a gnawing feeling there was something they should have done

          

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