W A Hilgendorf

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This study investigated the relationship between positive/negative death imagery and death anxiety. Subjects were 179 undergraduate students at a large, private, midwestern university. Results reveal that on five measures of death anxiety the subjects with low death anxiety scores had significantly more positive death images than did those with high death(More)
This study examined neuropsychological and academic achievement correlates of statistically abnormal VIQ less than PIQ discrepancies on the WISC-R in a sample of 53 hospitalized children. Of 17 neuropsychological measures, only aphasia errors was associated with VIQ. Academic achievement measures of reading, spelling, and arithmetic were associated with(More)
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