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24 Cards in this Set

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this type of loss can be recognized by others
this type of loss is experienced by one person but cannot be verified by others
perceived loss
this type of loss is experienced before the loss actually occurs.
anticipatory loss
this is the emotional response to loss. This is what occurs in the person such as sorrow
this is the outward, social expressin of the loss, such as wearing black.
This includes grief and mourning.
This age group believes death is like sleeping and is reversible
toddler and preschoolers
this age group believes death is reversible and avoidable. and this changes at age 9.
school age
this age group may have religious philosophic view of death, but seldom think about death, and may feel immortal.
this age group don't usually consider death unless confronted with it.
young-middle adults
this age group begins to accept own mortality and seek ways to prevent it.
middle adulthood
this age group has a feat of lingering, incapacitatin illness. may welcome death as a chance to reunite.
older adults 66+
This mans model of grieving consists of: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression,and acceptance.
This theorist's model of grieving consists of shock and disbelief, developing awareness, restitution, resolving loss, idealization, and outcome.
This type of grief is also known as uncomplicated grief. You experience normal feelings, reactions and behaviors. Reactions can be physical, psychologic and or cognitive.
normal grief
This type of group is when the survivor resorts to self destructive behaviors such as suicide.
exagerrated grief
What is an actual or potential situation in which something that is valued is changed, no longer available or gone.
Actual and perceived losses can both be what?
Psychologic losses are often _____ losses in that they are not directly verifiable. For example, a woman who leaves her emplyment to care for her children at home may perceive a loss of independence and freedom.
An _____ loss is experienced before the loss actually occurs. for example, a woman whose husband is dying may experience actual loss in anticipation of his death.
This type of loss involves a loss of job, death of child, or loss of functional ability because of acute illness or injury?
This type of loss would be like the departure of grown children, retirement, death of aged parents.
______ grief is brief but genuinely felt. The lost object may not have been sufficiently important to the grieving person or may have been replaced immediately by another, equally esteemed object.
_____ grief occurs when a person is unable to acknowledge the loss to other person. Situations in which this may occur: suicide, abortion or adoption.