Communication Apprehension About Death, Religious Group Affiliation, and Religiosity: Predictors of Organ and Body Donation Decisions

@article{Carmack2018CommunicationAA,
  title={Communication Apprehension About Death, Religious Group Affiliation, and Religiosity: Predictors of Organ and Body Donation Decisions},
  author={H. Carmack and Jocelyn M. DeGroot},
  journal={OMEGA-Journal of Death and Dying},
  year={2018},
  volume={81},
  pages={627 - 647}
}
Communication willingness has previously been identified as an important communication factor in influencing individuals’ decisions to become an organ donor. Missing from this conversation is the role of communication apprehension about death and its impact on donation decisions. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships between communication apprehension about death, religiosity, religious affiliation, and donation decisions. Three hundred and thirty-three individuals… Expand

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