By Green, Morris; Osterweis, Marian; Solomon, Fredric
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New York: Columbia University Press, 1980. 16. T. Remarriage probability after widowhood: a retrospective method. Journal of Gerontology 31:99-102, 1976. 17. R. The mortality of widows shortly after widowhood. Lancet 1:163-164, 1964. 18. G. Psychoneurotic status during the year following bereavement. Journal of Psychosomatic Research 16:351-355, 1972. 19. Editorial. Is Grief an Illness? Lancet 2:134, 1976. 20. Engel, G. Is grief a disease? Psychosomatic Medicine 23:18-23, 1961. 21. Engel, G.
The literature on conjugal bereavement is replete with data indicating that individuals who had highly ambivalent relationships with their spouses do worse following bereavement than people whose relationships did not have these characteristics (see Chapters 3 and 4). There also is evidence to suggest that spouses who are unable to function independently do poorly following bereavement,57 although there is some controversy about the meaning and predictive value of this variable. About this PDF file: This new digital representation of the original work has been recomposed from XML files created from the original paper book, not from the original typesetting files.
15. D. Methodological problems in assessing the relationship between acuteness of death and the bereavement outcome. ). New York: Columbia University Press, 1980. 16. T. Remarriage probability after widowhood: a retrospective method. Journal of Gerontology 31:99-102, 1976. 17. R. The mortality of widows shortly after widowhood. Lancet 1:163-164, 1964. 18. G. Psychoneurotic status during the year following bereavement. Journal of Psychosomatic Research 16:351-355, 1972. 19. Editorial. Is Grief an Illness?