February 01, 2009
Expires March 01, 2015

CME Activity

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Sample questions:
Numerous theoretical perspectives on the function and process of bereavement have been developed over the years. Who believed that any involuntary separation, including bereavement, gives rise to many forms of attachment behavior that reflect the person's desire to reunite with the lost person?
Several psychiatrists have proposed models of bereavement that involve phases or stages of reaction to the death of a loved one. Usually three stages are described. Which of the following is characteristic of the second or middle stage?
Bonnano et al. collected data on 205 older adults several years prior to the death of their spouse and again at 6 and 18 months postloss. Five patterns of adjustment were identified based on pre- and postloss levels of adjustment. All of the following are among these patterns except