Death Anxiety Handbook Research, Instrumentation, And Application eBook

By: Neimeyer, Robert AMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: TAYLOR & FRANCIS 22/12/2015 Edition: Description: 279Subject(s): Death AnxietyOnline resources: Click here to access via Browns eBooks Summary: The core of the volume consists of six chapters that provide in-depth reviews of the best available measures of death attitudes, from extensions and refinements of widely used instruments for measuring death anxiety, threat, and fear, to more recent scales assessing a range of death concerns and competencies. Not only do these chapters discuss the available data on the psychometric properties of each instrument and summarize research using them, but they also provide a copy of the instruments (with scoring keys) to facilitate their use by interested researchers and professionals. Several chapters [illustrate] the potential relevance of death anxiety in applied contexts. (PsycInfo Database Record (c) 2020 APA, all rights reserved)
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The core of the volume consists of six chapters that provide in-depth reviews of the best available measures of death attitudes, from extensions and refinements of widely used instruments for measuring death anxiety, threat, and fear, to more recent scales assessing a range of death concerns and competencies. Not only do these chapters discuss the available data on the psychometric properties of each instrument and summarize research using them, but they also provide a copy of the instruments (with scoring keys) to facilitate their use by interested researchers and professionals.
Several chapters [illustrate] the potential relevance of death anxiety in applied contexts. (PsycInfo Database Record (c) 2020 APA, all rights reserved)

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