Adults view their childhood bereavement experiences.

@article{Hurd1999AdultsVT,
  title={Adults view their childhood bereavement experiences.},
  author={Russell C Hurd},
  journal={Death studies},
  year={1999},
  volume={23 1},
  pages={17-41}
}
This study sought to determine if depression is an inevitable outcome of childhood bereavement experiences, as the Freudians believed, or if children can experience healthy mourning, as Bowlby predicted. In an application of Q methodology, 43 adults parentally bereaved as children sorted statements about childhood bereavement experiences and outcomes in… CONTINUE READING