The Resource Dealing with dying, death, and grief during adolescence, David E. Balk

Dealing with dying, death, and grief during adolescence, David E. Balk

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Dealing with dying, death, and grief during adolescence
Title
Dealing with dying, death, and grief during adolescence
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David E. Balk
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Language
eng
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NhCcYBP
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1943-
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Balk, David E.
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155.9/370835
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illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
BF724.3.D43
LC item number
B35 2014
Literary form
non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Series in death, dying, and bereavement
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  • Teenagers and death
  • Grief in adolescence
  • Bereavement in adolescence
  • Teenagers
Label
Dealing with dying, death, and grief during adolescence, David E. Balk
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http://www.umanitoba.eblib.com/EBLWeb/patron/?target=patron&extendedid=P_1637484_0
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Description based on print version record
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cognitive responses
  • Sociological View of Suicide
  • Four Categories of Suicidal Acts
  • Interacting Influences to Consider
  • Myths about Suicide
  • 1st myth
  • 2nd myth
  • 3rd myth
  • 4th myth
  • Developmental Sequences as Keys for Examining Suicidal Acts
  • Concluding Comments
  • Behavioral responses
  • Sources
  • 6.
  • Chronic, Life-Threatening Disease and Terminal Illness during Adolescence
  • Issues an Ill Adolescent Faces
  • Diabetes during Adolescence
  • Acute Complications of Type I Diabetes
  • Chronic Complications of Type I Diabetes
  • Implications of Diabetes for Adolescents
  • HIV/AIDS and Adolescents
  • Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and Adolescents
  • Affective responses
  • Cancers and Adolescents
  • Hodgkin's Lymphoma
  • Malignant Melanoma
  • Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
  • Demands on Coping with a Life-Threatening Illness
  • Responding to Physical Issues
  • Responding to Interpersonal Issues
  • Responding to Cognitive Issues
  • Responding to Emotional Issues
  • Responding to Behavioral Issues
  • Core Issues during Middle Adolescence (15--17)
  • Responding to Spiritual Issues
  • Responding to a Variety of Losses
  • Experiences and Reactions of Adolescents with Cancer
  • Diagnosis Stage
  • Treatment Stage
  • Terminal Stage
  • Life after Treatment Succeeds
  • Concluding Comments
  • Sources
  • 7.
  • Cognitive responses
  • Trauma
  • Information about Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Acute Stress Disorder
  • Long-Term Consequences of Trauma
  • Two Overarching Categories of Trauma
  • More Detail about Type I Symptoms
  • More Detail about Type II Symptoms
  • Crossover from Type I to Type II Trauma
  • Secondary Stressors Resulting from Maladaptive Coping
  • Episode Providing Information to Explore the Effects of a Type I Trauma
  • Behavioral responses
  • Information about the Sniper Attack
  • First Research Study
  • Findings
  • Proximity to the violence
  • Anchor points for memory of the event
  • Follow-Up Study 14 Months Later
  • Follow-Up Sample
  • Symptoms of distress
  • How the symptoms are scored
  • Differentiations over time in symptoms
  • Affective responses
  • Overview of Results 14 Months after the Attack
  • Discussion of the Findings at 14 Months
  • Treatments Following Trauma
  • Concluding Comments
  • Sources
  • 8.
  • Bereavement
  • Leighton's Framework for Reflecting on the Impact of Bereavement
  • Three Traditional Models of Bereavement
  • Contribution of Sigmund Freud
  • Core Issues during Later Adolescence (18--22)
  • What Freud Said Successful Coping with Bereavement Entails
  • Erich Lindemann's Contribution to the Grief Work Theory
  • Acute Grief Syndrome
  • Course and Duration of Acute Grief
  • John Bowlby's Appeal to Attachment Theory
  • Phases of Mourning
  • Recent Thinking Extending, Modifying, or Challenging the Traditional Models of Bereavement
  • Worden's Tasks of Mourning
  • Argument for Continuing Bonds
  • Dual Process Model of Coping with Loss
  • Cognitive responses
  • Two-Track Model of Grieving
  • Trajectories of Bereavement
  • Existential Phenomenology Applied to Bereavement
  • Disenfranchised Grief
  • Instrumental and Intuitive Approaches to Grieving
  • Bereavement Recovery as Restoration of Meaning
  • Sense Making
  • Benefit Finding
  • Identity Change
  • Symptoms Endemic to Bereavement
  • Behavioral responses
  • Identification of Core Bereavement Items
  • Hogan Grief Reaction Checklist
  • Holistic Approach
  • Behavioral Impacts of Bereavement
  • Emotional Impacts of Bereavement
  • Cognitive Impacts of Bereavement
  • Physical Impacts of Bereavement
  • Interpersonal Impacts of Bereavement
  • Spiritual Impacts of Bereavement
  • Concern over Assigning Depression to the Core of Bereavement
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Affective responses
  • Trauma on Top of Bereavement
  • Bereavement Itself as Traumatic: Prolonged Grief Disorder
  • Two Standardized Measures to Identify Complicated Grief
  • ITG Criteria to Rule in Complicated Grief Disorder
  • Shorter Version
  • Concluding Comments
  • Sources
  • 9.
  • Bereavement, Grief, and Mourning during Adolescence
  • Parental Death during Adolescence
  • Concluding Comments
  • Core Developmental Issues and Parental Death
  • Internalizing and Externalizing Symptoms
  • Career Decisions and Bereaved Adolescents
  • Factors Promoting Resiliency in the Face of Parental Death
  • Anticipated Death Due to Terminal Illness
  • Sibling Death during Adolescence
  • Self-Concept and Adolescent Sibling Bereavement
  • Emotional Responses and Adolescent Sibling Bereavement
  • Grades and School Work
  • Religion
  • Sources
  • Family Dynamics and Relationships
  • Death of a Friend during Adolescence
  • Term "Friend"
  • Paucity of Research into Friend Bereavement during Adolescence
  • Attachment and Friend Grief
  • Concluding Comments
  • Sources
  • 10.
  • Interventions
  • Prolegomena to a Chapter on Interventions
  • 2.
  • Process to Consider as an Inroad for Spanning the Research--Practice Gap
  • Overarching Framework for Classifying Interventions: The Tripartite Model of Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Interventions
  • Organization of This Chapter
  • Primary Interventions
  • Formal Education
  • undergraduate course
  • Continuing education
  • Webinars for grief counselors
  • Webinars on communicating with life-threatened adolescents
  • Education for Adolescents about HPV and Cancer
  • Adolescent Development: Physical, Cognitive, and Personal Changes
  • HPV education and adolescents
  • Educating adolescents about skin cancer
  • Program one
  • Program two
  • Hospice and Prevention of Complicated Grief Disorder
  • College Programs Promoting Spiritual Development
  • Life Values Skill Building
  • Public Service Announcements and Public Health Policy Decisions
  • Prevention of HIV infections among United States adolescents
  • Gun buy-back efforts
  • Indisputable Evidence: Physical Changes in Ever-Living Color
  • Australia's response
  • Brazil's response
  • Seattle's response
  • Secondary Interventions
  • Grief Counseling
  • Secondary Interventions with Bereaved Families
  • Family Bereavement Program
  • Family-Focused Grief Therapy
  • Secondary Interventions with Bereaved College Students
  • National Students of AMF
  • Cognitive Changes, New Perspective Taking, and a Look at the Adolescent Brain
  • Social Support Intervention with Bereaved College Students
  • Overview of the sessions
  • Intervention issues to keep in mind
  • Camps for Life-Threatened and Bereaved Adolescents
  • Tertiary Interventions
  • Tertiary Interventions Aimed at Trauma and Grief
  • work of Grace Christ and her colleagues
  • work of Elissa Brown, Michelle Pearlman, Robin Goodman, and their colleagues
  • Tertiary Interventions Aimed at Complicated Grief Disorder
  • Tertiary Interventions Aimed at Adolescents and Young Adults with Cancer
  • Information Processing Providing a Lens on Adolescent Growth in Cognition
  • Comparison of outcomes contingent on treatment in adult or "pediatric oncology
  • Treatment adherence --
  • More Sophisticated Control Strategies
  • More Exhaustive Processing of Information
  • 1.
  • Greater Ability to Comprehend Successively Higher-Order Relationships
  • Increased Flexibility and Wisdom in Using Information
  • Engaging in Reflective Judgment
  • Changes in Perspective Taking
  • Look at the Adolescent Brain
  • Changes in Grey Matter
  • Changes in White Matter
  • Relentless Personal Journey
  • Formative Views of Erik Erikson
  • Research of James Marcia
  • Adolescent Development and Serious Life Crises
  • Research of Ruthellen Josselson
  • Diffuse Women
  • Foreclosed Women
  • Moratorium Status Women
  • Achieved Identity Status Women
  • Research into Adolescent Self-Concept
  • Concluding Comments
  • Sources
  • 3.
  • Ecological Niches for Adolescents: Family, Peers, School, Media, and Gangs
  • Myth of Inevitable Storm and Stress
  • Prolegomena to Chapter Three
  • Notion of an Ecological Niche
  • Family as Ecological Niche
  • Family Life Cycle
  • Family Systems Perspective
  • Genograms
  • Separating from Parents and Becoming an Adult
  • Case Study
  • Peers as Ecological Niche
  • Friendship
  • Development and Life Crises
  • Case Study on Loneliness during Adolescence
  • School as Ecological Niche
  • Middle School
  • High School
  • Bullying in Middle Schools and in High Schools
  • College
  • Social Media as Ecological Niche
  • Digital Natives
  • Radio and Adolescent Development: A Bygone Influence
  • Case Study: Marshall McLuhan's Point of View
  • Phases to Adolescent Development
  • Gangs as Ecological Niche
  • Theories to Explain Youth Gangs
  • Case Study on Gang Violence
  • Concluding Comments
  • Sources
  • 4.
  • Coping Responses of Adolescents
  • Cognitive Framework for Current Thinking about Coping
  • Coping Model Developed by Rudolf Moos
  • Background and Personal Factors
  • Tasks and Conflicts as Part of Development
  • Event-Related Factors
  • Environmental Factors
  • Cognitive Appraisal
  • Five Adaptive Tasks
  • Domains of Coping
  • Alexander Leighton's Sociocultural Model of Responses to Life Crises
  • Essential Human Strivings
  • Cross-Section of the Moment
  • Coleman's Focal Model of Adolescent Coping
  • Facing One Issue at a Time
  • Core Issues during Early Adolescence (10--14)
  • Sequencing of Identity Formation during Later Adolescence
  • Concluding Comments
  • Sources
  • 5.
  • Principal Causes of Death during Adolescence: Accidents, Murder, Suicide
  • World Health Organization Data
  • Deaths Due to Violence
  • Accidents
  • Homicides
  • Suicides
  • Beyond Websites: The Relevance of the Internet and Technology for Adolescents Coping with Illness and Loss
  • Adolescent Development in the Digital Age
  • How and Why Adolescents Use the Internet and Technology
  • Websites and Social Networking as Supportive Resources
  • Social Networking: Applying the Dual Process Model of Coping
  • Online Gaming, Virtual Worlds, and Avatars
  • Internet Safety Practices
  • Addictive and Compulsive Behaviors
  • Cyberbullying and Coping with Loss
  • Connectivity, Empathy, and Social Awareness
  • Contents note continued:
  • Concluding Comments
  • Sources
  • 12.
  • Some Final Thoughts
  • Using the Creative Arts
  • Implementation Plan
  • Anticipated Benefits
  • Developing a Valid and Reliable Measure of Attachment Bonds
  • Sample
  • Bereavement Data
  • video game called "Re-Mission"
  • Attachment
  • Measuring Transformation and Growth of Adolescents in Response to Loss
  • Key Indicators of This Transformation
  • Confluence of Growth and Transformation with Developmental Tasks
  • Love as Transforming
  • Empathy
  • Altruism
  • Engagement with Others
  • Faith Consciousness
  • Research Plan to Study Transformation and Growth
  • Tertiary Interventions Aimed at Palliative Care for the Terminally Ill
  • Focus of the Research
  • Methodology
  • Sample
  • Data Collection
  • Concluding Comments
  • Sources
  • Best practices to manage pain
  • Five guidelines to effect successful pain management
  • Concluding Comments
  • Sources
  • 11.
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st Edition.
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781136286506
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(NhCcYBP)EBL1637484
Label
Dealing with dying, death, and grief during adolescence, David E. Balk
Link
http://www.umanitoba.eblib.com/EBLWeb/patron/?target=patron&extendedid=P_1637484_0
Publication
Note
Description based on print version record
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cognitive responses
  • Sociological View of Suicide
  • Four Categories of Suicidal Acts
  • Interacting Influences to Consider
  • Myths about Suicide
  • 1st myth
  • 2nd myth
  • 3rd myth
  • 4th myth
  • Developmental Sequences as Keys for Examining Suicidal Acts
  • Concluding Comments
  • Behavioral responses
  • Sources
  • 6.
  • Chronic, Life-Threatening Disease and Terminal Illness during Adolescence
  • Issues an Ill Adolescent Faces
  • Diabetes during Adolescence
  • Acute Complications of Type I Diabetes
  • Chronic Complications of Type I Diabetes
  • Implications of Diabetes for Adolescents
  • HIV/AIDS and Adolescents
  • Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and Adolescents
  • Affective responses
  • Cancers and Adolescents
  • Hodgkin's Lymphoma
  • Malignant Melanoma
  • Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
  • Demands on Coping with a Life-Threatening Illness
  • Responding to Physical Issues
  • Responding to Interpersonal Issues
  • Responding to Cognitive Issues
  • Responding to Emotional Issues
  • Responding to Behavioral Issues
  • Core Issues during Middle Adolescence (15--17)
  • Responding to Spiritual Issues
  • Responding to a Variety of Losses
  • Experiences and Reactions of Adolescents with Cancer
  • Diagnosis Stage
  • Treatment Stage
  • Terminal Stage
  • Life after Treatment Succeeds
  • Concluding Comments
  • Sources
  • 7.
  • Cognitive responses
  • Trauma
  • Information about Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Acute Stress Disorder
  • Long-Term Consequences of Trauma
  • Two Overarching Categories of Trauma
  • More Detail about Type I Symptoms
  • More Detail about Type II Symptoms
  • Crossover from Type I to Type II Trauma
  • Secondary Stressors Resulting from Maladaptive Coping
  • Episode Providing Information to Explore the Effects of a Type I Trauma
  • Behavioral responses
  • Information about the Sniper Attack
  • First Research Study
  • Findings
  • Proximity to the violence
  • Anchor points for memory of the event
  • Follow-Up Study 14 Months Later
  • Follow-Up Sample
  • Symptoms of distress
  • How the symptoms are scored
  • Differentiations over time in symptoms
  • Affective responses
  • Overview of Results 14 Months after the Attack
  • Discussion of the Findings at 14 Months
  • Treatments Following Trauma
  • Concluding Comments
  • Sources
  • 8.
  • Bereavement
  • Leighton's Framework for Reflecting on the Impact of Bereavement
  • Three Traditional Models of Bereavement
  • Contribution of Sigmund Freud
  • Core Issues during Later Adolescence (18--22)
  • What Freud Said Successful Coping with Bereavement Entails
  • Erich Lindemann's Contribution to the Grief Work Theory
  • Acute Grief Syndrome
  • Course and Duration of Acute Grief
  • John Bowlby's Appeal to Attachment Theory
  • Phases of Mourning
  • Recent Thinking Extending, Modifying, or Challenging the Traditional Models of Bereavement
  • Worden's Tasks of Mourning
  • Argument for Continuing Bonds
  • Dual Process Model of Coping with Loss
  • Cognitive responses
  • Two-Track Model of Grieving
  • Trajectories of Bereavement
  • Existential Phenomenology Applied to Bereavement
  • Disenfranchised Grief
  • Instrumental and Intuitive Approaches to Grieving
  • Bereavement Recovery as Restoration of Meaning
  • Sense Making
  • Benefit Finding
  • Identity Change
  • Symptoms Endemic to Bereavement
  • Behavioral responses
  • Identification of Core Bereavement Items
  • Hogan Grief Reaction Checklist
  • Holistic Approach
  • Behavioral Impacts of Bereavement
  • Emotional Impacts of Bereavement
  • Cognitive Impacts of Bereavement
  • Physical Impacts of Bereavement
  • Interpersonal Impacts of Bereavement
  • Spiritual Impacts of Bereavement
  • Concern over Assigning Depression to the Core of Bereavement
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Affective responses
  • Trauma on Top of Bereavement
  • Bereavement Itself as Traumatic: Prolonged Grief Disorder
  • Two Standardized Measures to Identify Complicated Grief
  • ITG Criteria to Rule in Complicated Grief Disorder
  • Shorter Version
  • Concluding Comments
  • Sources
  • 9.
  • Bereavement, Grief, and Mourning during Adolescence
  • Parental Death during Adolescence
  • Concluding Comments
  • Core Developmental Issues and Parental Death
  • Internalizing and Externalizing Symptoms
  • Career Decisions and Bereaved Adolescents
  • Factors Promoting Resiliency in the Face of Parental Death
  • Anticipated Death Due to Terminal Illness
  • Sibling Death during Adolescence
  • Self-Concept and Adolescent Sibling Bereavement
  • Emotional Responses and Adolescent Sibling Bereavement
  • Grades and School Work
  • Religion
  • Sources
  • Family Dynamics and Relationships
  • Death of a Friend during Adolescence
  • Term "Friend"
  • Paucity of Research into Friend Bereavement during Adolescence
  • Attachment and Friend Grief
  • Concluding Comments
  • Sources
  • 10.
  • Interventions
  • Prolegomena to a Chapter on Interventions
  • 2.
  • Process to Consider as an Inroad for Spanning the Research--Practice Gap
  • Overarching Framework for Classifying Interventions: The Tripartite Model of Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Interventions
  • Organization of This Chapter
  • Primary Interventions
  • Formal Education
  • undergraduate course
  • Continuing education
  • Webinars for grief counselors
  • Webinars on communicating with life-threatened adolescents
  • Education for Adolescents about HPV and Cancer
  • Adolescent Development: Physical, Cognitive, and Personal Changes
  • HPV education and adolescents
  • Educating adolescents about skin cancer
  • Program one
  • Program two
  • Hospice and Prevention of Complicated Grief Disorder
  • College Programs Promoting Spiritual Development
  • Life Values Skill Building
  • Public Service Announcements and Public Health Policy Decisions
  • Prevention of HIV infections among United States adolescents
  • Gun buy-back efforts
  • Indisputable Evidence: Physical Changes in Ever-Living Color
  • Australia's response
  • Brazil's response
  • Seattle's response
  • Secondary Interventions
  • Grief Counseling
  • Secondary Interventions with Bereaved Families
  • Family Bereavement Program
  • Family-Focused Grief Therapy
  • Secondary Interventions with Bereaved College Students
  • National Students of AMF
  • Cognitive Changes, New Perspective Taking, and a Look at the Adolescent Brain
  • Social Support Intervention with Bereaved College Students
  • Overview of the sessions
  • Intervention issues to keep in mind
  • Camps for Life-Threatened and Bereaved Adolescents
  • Tertiary Interventions
  • Tertiary Interventions Aimed at Trauma and Grief
  • work of Grace Christ and her colleagues
  • work of Elissa Brown, Michelle Pearlman, Robin Goodman, and their colleagues
  • Tertiary Interventions Aimed at Complicated Grief Disorder
  • Tertiary Interventions Aimed at Adolescents and Young Adults with Cancer
  • Information Processing Providing a Lens on Adolescent Growth in Cognition
  • Comparison of outcomes contingent on treatment in adult or "pediatric oncology
  • Treatment adherence --
  • More Sophisticated Control Strategies
  • More Exhaustive Processing of Information
  • 1.
  • Greater Ability to Comprehend Successively Higher-Order Relationships
  • Increased Flexibility and Wisdom in Using Information
  • Engaging in Reflective Judgment
  • Changes in Perspective Taking
  • Look at the Adolescent Brain
  • Changes in Grey Matter
  • Changes in White Matter
  • Relentless Personal Journey
  • Formative Views of Erik Erikson
  • Research of James Marcia
  • Adolescent Development and Serious Life Crises
  • Research of Ruthellen Josselson
  • Diffuse Women
  • Foreclosed Women
  • Moratorium Status Women
  • Achieved Identity Status Women
  • Research into Adolescent Self-Concept
  • Concluding Comments
  • Sources
  • 3.
  • Ecological Niches for Adolescents: Family, Peers, School, Media, and Gangs
  • Myth of Inevitable Storm and Stress
  • Prolegomena to Chapter Three
  • Notion of an Ecological Niche
  • Family as Ecological Niche
  • Family Life Cycle
  • Family Systems Perspective
  • Genograms
  • Separating from Parents and Becoming an Adult
  • Case Study
  • Peers as Ecological Niche
  • Friendship
  • Development and Life Crises
  • Case Study on Loneliness during Adolescence
  • School as Ecological Niche
  • Middle School
  • High School
  • Bullying in Middle Schools and in High Schools
  • College
  • Social Media as Ecological Niche
  • Digital Natives
  • Radio and Adolescent Development: A Bygone Influence
  • Case Study: Marshall McLuhan's Point of View
  • Phases to Adolescent Development
  • Gangs as Ecological Niche
  • Theories to Explain Youth Gangs
  • Case Study on Gang Violence
  • Concluding Comments
  • Sources
  • 4.
  • Coping Responses of Adolescents
  • Cognitive Framework for Current Thinking about Coping
  • Coping Model Developed by Rudolf Moos
  • Background and Personal Factors
  • Tasks and Conflicts as Part of Development
  • Event-Related Factors
  • Environmental Factors
  • Cognitive Appraisal
  • Five Adaptive Tasks
  • Domains of Coping
  • Alexander Leighton's Sociocultural Model of Responses to Life Crises
  • Essential Human Strivings
  • Cross-Section of the Moment
  • Coleman's Focal Model of Adolescent Coping
  • Facing One Issue at a Time
  • Core Issues during Early Adolescence (10--14)
  • Sequencing of Identity Formation during Later Adolescence
  • Concluding Comments
  • Sources
  • 5.
  • Principal Causes of Death during Adolescence: Accidents, Murder, Suicide
  • World Health Organization Data
  • Deaths Due to Violence
  • Accidents
  • Homicides
  • Suicides
  • Beyond Websites: The Relevance of the Internet and Technology for Adolescents Coping with Illness and Loss
  • Adolescent Development in the Digital Age
  • How and Why Adolescents Use the Internet and Technology
  • Websites and Social Networking as Supportive Resources
  • Social Networking: Applying the Dual Process Model of Coping
  • Online Gaming, Virtual Worlds, and Avatars
  • Internet Safety Practices
  • Addictive and Compulsive Behaviors
  • Cyberbullying and Coping with Loss
  • Connectivity, Empathy, and Social Awareness
  • Contents note continued:
  • Concluding Comments
  • Sources
  • 12.
  • Some Final Thoughts
  • Using the Creative Arts
  • Implementation Plan
  • Anticipated Benefits
  • Developing a Valid and Reliable Measure of Attachment Bonds
  • Sample
  • Bereavement Data
  • video game called "Re-Mission"
  • Attachment
  • Measuring Transformation and Growth of Adolescents in Response to Loss
  • Key Indicators of This Transformation
  • Confluence of Growth and Transformation with Developmental Tasks
  • Love as Transforming
  • Empathy
  • Altruism
  • Engagement with Others
  • Faith Consciousness
  • Research Plan to Study Transformation and Growth
  • Tertiary Interventions Aimed at Palliative Care for the Terminally Ill
  • Focus of the Research
  • Methodology
  • Sample
  • Data Collection
  • Concluding Comments
  • Sources
  • Best practices to manage pain
  • Five guidelines to effect successful pain management
  • Concluding Comments
  • Sources
  • 11.
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st Edition.
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781136286506
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(NhCcYBP)EBL1637484

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    49.903563 -97.160554
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    49.955177 -97.148865
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    49.879592 -97.160425
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    49.811242 -97.137156
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    49.806755 -97.152739
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