★ Death anxiety (psychology)
Death anxiety is the anxiety caused by the thoughts of death. One source defines death anxiety as "the feeling of fear, apprehension or concern when you think about the process of dying, or ceasing to be." Also called thanatophobia, death, anxiety differs from necrophobia, which is a specific fear of dead or dying persons and / or things, it is fear of others who are dead or dying, while in the first case we are talking of his own death or death.
In addition, there is the anxiety caused by the death last thoughts of the content, which can be classified in a clinical setting by a psychiatrist as a painful and / or abnormal, which according to the classification shall require in advance the degree of anxiety that is constant and interferes with daily work. A low level of ego integrity, more physical problems and psychological problems predict higher levels of death anxiety in elderly people to feel close to death.
The fear of death can cause extreme timidness with the attitude of people to discuss anything to death.
1.1. Types. Predatory fear of death. (Хищный страх смерти)
Occurs predatory fear of death from fear of being harmed. This is the most basic and oldest form of death anxiety, with its origins in the first single-celled organisms a set of adaptive resources. Unicellular organisms have receptors that have evolved to respond to external threats, along with self-protective, responsive mechanisms designed to increase the probability of survival under conditions of chemical and physical forms of attack or danger. In humans, predatory fear of death causes many dangerous situations that put one at risk or threaten the survival. Predatory fear of death mobilizes people, adaptive capacity and leads to a fight or flight response: active efforts to combat the danger or attempts to escape a threatening situation.
1.2. Types. Predation or predator. (Хищничество или хищник)
Predation or predator death anxiety is a form that occurs when a person causes harm to another, physically and / or mentally. This form of death anxiety is often accompanied by a sense of unconscious guilt. This guilt, in turn, motivates and encourages a variety of self-made decisions and actions of the perpetrator of harm to others.
1.3. Types. Existential. (Экзистенциальная)
The existential fear of death stems from the knowledge that human life should end. Existential death anxiety is the most powerful form. He said that language has created the basis of the existential anxiety of death through communicative and behavioral changes. Other factors include understanding the differences between themselves and others, a full sense of personal identity, and the ability to foresee the future.
Awareness of human mortality arose about 150.000 years ago. In this extremely short span of evolutionary time, humans have fashioned one primary mechanism through which they deal with the existential death anxieties this awareness has caused the denial. Negation is done through a wide range of mental mechanisms and physical actions many of which remain unidentified. While denial can be adaptive in limited use, excessive use is more common and emotionally costly. Denial is the root of such diverse actions as breaking the rules and violating frames and boundaries, manic celebrations, directing violence against others, trying to obtain unprecedented wealth and power - and much more. These classes are often triggered the death associated with trauma, although they can lead to constructive actions, more often they lead to actions that harm ourselves and others.
2.1. Theory. Thanatophobia
Sigmund Freud hypothesized that people Express a fear of death, called thanatophobia. He said he saw it as a disguise for a deeper source of concern. Actually not death that people feared, because in Freud, the family no one believes in his own death. The unconscious is not to fight the passage of time or with negations, which does not calculate the time remaining in life. Besides, who aint afraid of no death, because no one has ever died. People who Express associated with the death of fears, actually are trying to cope with unresolved childhood conflicts that they cannot come to terms with or Express emotion towards. The name Thanatophobia is made from the Greek figure of death known as Thanatos.
2.2. Theory. Wisdom: ego integrity vs despair. (Мудрость: целостность эго против отчаяния)
Development psychologist Erik Erikson formulated a psychological theory that explained that people progress through a series of crises as they grow older. Theory and embraces the concept that when a person reaches the last stage of life, they reach the level he titled as "ego integrity". Ego integrity is when one comes to terms with their life and accepts it. It was also noted that when a person reaches the stage of late adulthood they are involved in a thorough description of their life to date. When a person can find meaning or purpose in life, they have reached the stage of integrity. In opposition, when a person views life as a series of failed and missed opportunities, they do not reach the stage of ego integrity. Elders that have attained this stage of ego integrity are believed to exhibit less influence from the anxiety of death.
2.3. Theory. Management theory terror. (Теория управления террором)
Ernest Becker on the basis of this theory on the existential views, that have turned the theory of the anxiety of death on the way to a new dimension. He says that death anxiety is not only real, but peoples most profound source of concern. He explained the anxiety is so strong that it can generate fears and phobias of everyday life - fear of being alone or in a confined space. On the basis of the theory, many of peoples daily behavior consist of attempts to deny death and to keep their anxiety under strict regulation.
As a person develops a reminder of death, that is, realizing the inevitability of death, they instinctively try to suppress her fear. A method of suppressing, as a rule, leads to the actualization in relation to cultural beliefs, relying on external support and not to attack alone. This behavior can range from simply thinking about death to severe phobias and desperate actions.
2.4. Theory. Time and being. (Время и бытие)
Martin Heidegger, German philosopher, on the one hand showed Death as something conclusively determined, in the sense that it is inevitable for every person, and on the other hand, it unmasks its indeterminate nature via the truth that nobody knows when or how death will come. Heidegger did not participate in the speculation that after death is possible. He argues that all human existence is embedded in time: past, present, future, and when I think about the future, we face the concept of death. Then it creates fear. Angst can create a clear understanding in one that death is a possible mode of existence, which Heidegger described as "clearing". Thus, fear can lead to a freedom about existence, but only if we can stop denying our mortality, expressed in Heideggers terminology as "stop denying being-for-death."
2.5. Theory. The sense of control theory. (Смысл теории управления)
Paul T. P. Wongs work on meaning management theory indicates that human reactions to death are complex, multifaceted and dynamic. His "profile attitude of death" distinguishes three types of acceptance of death as a neutral approach, and you acceptances. In addition to the acceptances, his work also represents different aspects of the meaning of death fear that are the basis of the fear of death. The ten meanings he proposes are finality, uncertainty, destruction, ultimate loss, life flow disruption, leaving the loved ones, pain and loneliness, prematurity and violence of death, failure of life made of work, trial and retribution centered.
2.6. Theory. Other theories. (Другие теории)
Other theories on the fear of death appeared in the late twentieth century. The existential approach, theorists such as Rollo may, Viktor Frankl, peoples opinions, personality, guided by the continuous choices and decisions in relation to the realities of life and death. Another approach is the regret theory which was presented by Adrian Tomer and Grafton Eliason. The main emphasis of the theory is how people assess the quality and / or cost of their lives. The possibility of death usually makes people more anxious if they feel that they do not have and can not accomplish any positive task in the life that they live. The study tried to uncover the factors that can affect the amount of anxiety people experience in a lifetime.
2.7. Theory. Personal meanings of death. (Личностные смыслы смерти)
People to increase the senses and associate them with objects and events in the environment, provoking certain emotions within a person. People tend to develop personal meanings of death, which, respectively, may be positive or negative for the person. If they are positive, then the consequences of those meanings can be comforting, for example, the idea of the ripple effect left on those still alive. If negative they can cause emotional distress. Depending on the certain meaning one associated with death, the consequences will vary accordingly whether they are negative or positive values.
2.8. Theory. Religion. (Религия)
The thought of death can lead to different degrees of anxiety for different people, depending on many factors.
A 2012 study with the participation of Christian and Muslim College students from the USA, Turkey, and Malaysia found that religiosity is positively correlated with increased fear of death.
Other studies have found that a strong sense of religion in the life of a person can treat reducing anxiety towards death. Although no relationship between religiosity and fear of death, it has also been shown that the anxiety of death tends to be lower in people who regularly attend religious meetings or gatherings.
The 2010 study asked one hundred and sixty-five Church participants need to fill out an "internal religious motivation, revised death anxiety scale" and the results were analyzed using factor analysis, Pearson correlation, and linear and quadratic regression. All found an inverse relationship between internal religious motivation and fear of death. This suggests that the more religious a person is, the less restless they can be about death, possibly linking it with the expected afterlife. The study also showed that gender does not affect religiosity and total death anxiety.
In 2017 a review of the literature found that in the U.S., as very religious and not religious to enjoy lower anxiety levels and decrease in General with old age.
3. Children. (Дети)
The earliest documentation of the fear of death was found in children under the age of 5 years. Psychological measures and reaction times were used to measure fear of death in children of early age. Recent studies that assess fear of death in children use questionnaire rating scales. There are many tests to explore this until the death anxiety scale for children SSD developed by Schell and Seefeldt. However, the most common version of this test is the revised fear survey schedule for children FSSC-R. on the FSSC-R describes specific scary stimuli, and children were asked to rate the extent to which the script / product that makes them anxious or fearful. The most recent version of the FSSC-R presents the scenarios in visual form for children under the age of 4. It is called the Koala fear questionnaire KFQ. Research shows that the fear childrens fears can be grouped into five categories. One of these categories is death and danger. This response was found amongst children aged 4 to 6 years on the KFQ, and from age 7 to 10. Death is the most commonly feared item and remains the most commonly feared item In their Teens.
A survey of 90 children ages 4-8, has made Virginia slaughter and Maya Griffiths showed that a more Mature understanding of the biological concept of death was correlated to a decrease of fear of death. Thus, we can assume that it helps to teach children about death in a biological sense, in order to eliminate the fear.
4. The relationship of adult attachment. (Отношения взрослой привязанности)
There was a lot of literature that supports the existence of correlation between the state of adaptation skills, mental health, emotions and cognitive reactions to stressful events and the ability to regulate affect concerning them the fear of death. A series of tests determined that significantly high levels of death anxiety tend to occur in close relationship with the partner more among women than men.
5. Flooring. (Полы)
The relationship between anxiety of death and sex appears to be strong. Studies show that women tend to have more anxiety of death than men. Thorson and Powell 1984 conducted a study to explore this relationship, and they selected men and women aged 16 to 60. The death anxiety scale showed higher mean scores for women than for men. In addition, researchers believe that age and culture could be major influences in why women score higher on anxiety scales of death than men.
Through the evolutionary period, a basic method was created to deal with the anxiety of death, but also as a means of dealing with the loss. Denial is used when memories or feelings are too painful to accept and are often rejected. Claiming that the event never happened, and not taking it allows the person more time to work through the inevitable pain. When a loved one dies in a family, denial is often implemented as a means to come to terms with reality that person is gone. Closer families often deal with death better than when coping individually. As society and families drift away from each other as the time spent by depriving those who have died, which in turn leads to negative emotion and negativity towards death. Women who are child bearers and are often the ones who care about their children, spend most concerned about death due to their caring role in the family. This is a common role of women that leads to greater death anxiety as it stresses the importance of living for her offspring. Although it is well known that all living creatures die, many people do not accept their own mortality, preferring not to accept that death is inevitable, and that they die once.
It is in the years of youth from 20 to 40 years, that fear of death often begins to become prevalent. However, in the next stage of life, middle-age adults 40-64 years old, death anxiety peaks at its highest levels when in comparison with other age ranges throughout their life. Surprisingly, the level of anxiety of death after a decline in his old age at the age of 65 years and older. This is in contrast to most peoples expectations, especially in relation to negative connotations of young adults about older people and aging Kurlychek & Trenner, 1982.
7. Measurement. (Измерение)
There are many ways to measure fear of death and fear. Katenbaum Aeinsberg 1972 and has developed three propositions for this measurement. With this start, the ideologies about death anxiety have been able to be recorded and their attributes listed. Methods such as task image to simple questionnaires and apperception tests such as the Stroop test that psychologists to adequately determine if a person is under stress due to death anxiety or suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. The Lester attitude death scale was developed in 1966 but not published until 1991 until its validity was established. Measurement of the overall attitude toward death and also the inconsistencies with death attitudes, participants massturbate favorable value towards death.
8. Bibliography. (Библиография)
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