Week 16 PSYC 201 Lifespan Development
Week 16 PSYC 201 Lifespan Development PSYC 201
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Chapter 19 Clinical death a period during which vital signs are absent but resuscitation is still possible Brain death the point at which vital signs, including brain activity, are absent and resuscitation is no longer possible Social death the point when family members and credible personnel treat the deceased person as a corpse Hospice car approach to care for the terminally ill that emphasizes individual and family control of the process of dying Palliative care form of care for the terminally ill that focuses on reliving patient’s pain, rather than curing their diseases KublerRoss’s Stages of Dying denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance Age related meanings of death teens and young adults think of invulnerability; middle age fear death the most; the elderly have peace Advance directive what does one want done for them in their last phases of life such as a living will Greer’s Cancer Study denial, fighting spirit, stoic acceptance, helplessness/hopelessness, anxious preoccupation Widowhood effect dies soon after the spouse dies Complicated grief goes on for more than 6 months
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