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5 Matching questions

  1. 3. suicidal behavior is
  2. Mourning
  3. FOUR TASK OF MOURNING
  4. 2. Physical sensations
  5. DETERMINANTS OF GRIEF - RAPHAEL
  1. a WILLIAM WORDEN
  2. b not inherited but risk may be higher for family members who lose a close relative to suicide
  3. c She groups them into three umbrella categories
    1. preexisting relationship between the bereaved and the deceased - how were they connected
    2. the type of death - specific circumstances
    3. previous loss - how mourned prior losses
  4. d the process of adjustment following a loss
  5. e a. Dryness of mouth
    b. Hollowness of stomach
    c. Tightness in chest
    d. Tightnes in throat
    e. Oversensitivity to noise
    f. Sense of depersonalization
    g. Breathlessness
    h. Weakness in the muscles
    i. Lack of energy

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 80%
  2. Dr WILLIAM LAMERS
  3. Repeatedly going over loss experience in one's mind
  4. occurs 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
  5. 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

5 True/False questions

  1. suppression1. death occurs without warning
    2. there is an absence of definite cause
    3. involvement of legal system
    4. communication breakdown occurs between parents

          

  2. 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

          

  3. DETERMINATE OF GRIEF - RANDOShe groups them into 18 separate factors that impact the psychological components of bereavement

          

  4. A WEISMAN
    DEFINTIONS OF DENIAL AND APPROPRIATE DEATH
    THREE DEGREES OF DENIAL
    A WEISMAN

          

  5. DR EDGAR JACKSON wrote- a set of signs and symptoms associated with loss

          

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