The Psychology of Death
In this extensively revised edition, Dr. Kastenbaum examines and expands upon issues of dying and the ways in which conceptions of death are shaped and reshaped. Includes new chapters on how death is constructed, death in adolescence and adulthood including discussion on suicide, physician assisted death and Regret Theory and Denial; and more.
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A World without Death
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