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Death: interpretations.

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        StatementDell
        PublishersDell
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        LC Classifications1969
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        Paginationxvi, 82 p. :
        Number of Pages49
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
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        Introductory essay: reflections on death and mourning, by H. M. Ruitenbeek. Death: Death and the pleasure principle, by K. Eissler. Treatment of a dying patient, by J. Norton. On the longing to die, by K. Friedlander. On dying together and an unusual case by dying together, by E. Jones. The psychology of dying, by D. Cappon. Notes upon the fear of death, by M. Chadwick. Psychotherapy for the dying, by H. R. Rosenthal. Death, the giver of life, by J. M. Scher. Psychotherapy and the patient with a limited life-span, by L. Leshan and E. Leshan. Fear of death, by H. Segal. The problem of death, by H. Feifel. Death of a patient during psychotherapy, by W. H. Young, Jr. Death and the mid-life crisis, by E. Jaques. The fear of death as an indispensable factor in psychotherapy, by H. R. Rosenthal. Mourning: Eros and the trauma of death, by H. Slochower. The sorrow of bereavement, by R. F. Creegan. Reactions to untimely death, by S. R. Lehrman. Mourning and its relation to manic-depressive states, by M. Klein. Denial and mourning, by C. T. Lipson. Grief reactions in later life, by K. Stern, G. M. Williams, and M. Prados.

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