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The Resource Grief and loss across the lifespan : a biopsychosocial perspective, Carolyn Ambler Walter, Judith L.M. McCoyd

Grief and loss across the lifespan : a biopsychosocial perspective, Carolyn Ambler Walter, Judith L.M. McCoyd

Label
Grief and loss across the lifespan : a biopsychosocial perspective
Title
Grief and loss across the lifespan
Title remainder
a biopsychosocial perspective
Statement of responsibility
Carolyn Ambler Walter, Judith L.M. McCoyd
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Walter, Carolyn Ambler
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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McCoyd, Judith L. M
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Bereavement
  • Death
  • Loss (Psychology)
  • Grief
Label
Grief and loss across the lifespan : a biopsychosocial perspective, Carolyn Ambler Walter, Judith L.M. McCoyd
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 337-365) and index
Contents
1. Introduction -- Text Structure -- Introduction to Grid Theory -- The Transition to Postmodern Grief Theory -- Biological Effects of Grief -- Issues of Intervention -- A Final Word About Grief Work -- 2. Perinatal Attachment and Loss -- Developmental Aspects of Pregnancy -- Summary of Development in the Prenatal Period -- Loss as Experienced by a Fetus -- Loss of a Fetus as Experienced by Significant Others -- 3. Infancy and Toddlerhood -- Developmental Stage: Trust Versus Mistrust and Autonomy Versus Shame -- Losses Experienced in Infancy and Early Childhood -- Maturational and Other Losses Experienced at This Age -- 4. Elementary-School-Age Children -- Developmental Stage: Initiative Versus Guilt and Industry Versus Inferiority -- Loss Experienced by an Individual During the Elementary School Years -- Intervention Issues With Elementary School Children -- Loss of an Individual of That Age as Experienced by Others -- 5. Tweens and Teens -- Development: Identity Development Versus Identity Diffusion -- Losses of Adolescents -- Response to the Death of a Teen -- Other Losses Experienced by Teens -- 6. Young Adulthood -- Developmental Crisis: Intimacy Versus Isolation -- Losses Experienced by Young Adults -- Maturational Losses in Early Adulthood -- Loss of a Young Adult as Experienced by Others -- 7. Middle Adulthood -- Developmental Crisis: Generativity Versus Stagnation -- Loss Experienced by Midlife Adults -- The Loss of the Midlife Adult as Experienced by Others -- Maturational Losses of Midlife Adults -- 8. Retirement and Reinvention -- The Transition to the Third Quarter of Life: Retirement or Reinvention? -- Losses Experienced by Adults During Retirement and Reinvention -- Loss of Adult as Experienced by Others -- 9. Older Adults -- Developmental Crisis: Integrity Versus Despair -- Losses Experienced by Older Adults -- Maturational Losses -- 10. Conclusions -- Maturational Losses as Examples of Disenfranchised Losses -- Importance of the Dual Process Model of Coping With Bereavement -- Importance of Continuing Bonds -- Meaning-Making as a Process of Growth -- Interventions
Control code
ocn262509349
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xviii, 373 p.
Isbn
9780826127570
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2009001211
System control number
(OCoLC)262509349
Label
Grief and loss across the lifespan : a biopsychosocial perspective, Carolyn Ambler Walter, Judith L.M. McCoyd
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 337-365) and index
Contents
1. Introduction -- Text Structure -- Introduction to Grid Theory -- The Transition to Postmodern Grief Theory -- Biological Effects of Grief -- Issues of Intervention -- A Final Word About Grief Work -- 2. Perinatal Attachment and Loss -- Developmental Aspects of Pregnancy -- Summary of Development in the Prenatal Period -- Loss as Experienced by a Fetus -- Loss of a Fetus as Experienced by Significant Others -- 3. Infancy and Toddlerhood -- Developmental Stage: Trust Versus Mistrust and Autonomy Versus Shame -- Losses Experienced in Infancy and Early Childhood -- Maturational and Other Losses Experienced at This Age -- 4. Elementary-School-Age Children -- Developmental Stage: Initiative Versus Guilt and Industry Versus Inferiority -- Loss Experienced by an Individual During the Elementary School Years -- Intervention Issues With Elementary School Children -- Loss of an Individual of That Age as Experienced by Others -- 5. Tweens and Teens -- Development: Identity Development Versus Identity Diffusion -- Losses of Adolescents -- Response to the Death of a Teen -- Other Losses Experienced by Teens -- 6. Young Adulthood -- Developmental Crisis: Intimacy Versus Isolation -- Losses Experienced by Young Adults -- Maturational Losses in Early Adulthood -- Loss of a Young Adult as Experienced by Others -- 7. Middle Adulthood -- Developmental Crisis: Generativity Versus Stagnation -- Loss Experienced by Midlife Adults -- The Loss of the Midlife Adult as Experienced by Others -- Maturational Losses of Midlife Adults -- 8. Retirement and Reinvention -- The Transition to the Third Quarter of Life: Retirement or Reinvention? -- Losses Experienced by Adults During Retirement and Reinvention -- Loss of Adult as Experienced by Others -- 9. Older Adults -- Developmental Crisis: Integrity Versus Despair -- Losses Experienced by Older Adults -- Maturational Losses -- 10. Conclusions -- Maturational Losses as Examples of Disenfranchised Losses -- Importance of the Dual Process Model of Coping With Bereavement -- Importance of Continuing Bonds -- Meaning-Making as a Process of Growth -- Interventions
Control code
ocn262509349
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xviii, 373 p.
Isbn
9780826127570
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2009001211
System control number
(OCoLC)262509349

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