Dual Process Model of Coping With Bereavement in the Test of the Subjective Experiences of Bereaved Spouses

@article{Fasse2016DualPM,
  title={Dual Process Model of Coping With Bereavement in the Test of the Subjective Experiences of Bereaved Spouses},
  author={L. Fasse and E. Zech},
  journal={OMEGA-Journal of Death and Dying},
  year={2016},
  volume={74},
  pages={212 - 238}
}
  • L. Fasse, E. Zech
  • Published 2016
  • Psychology
  • OMEGA-Journal of Death and Dying
  • The Dual Process Model of Coping With Bereavement (DPM) was developed to better understand the dynamic coping processes adopted by bereaved people. In the present study, we investigated the daily subjective experiences of widowed people and examined whether they recognized themselves in the model. Thirteen out of the 16 interviewed widowed persons reported that their bereavement experience basically fitted the model. However, they also identified discrepancies. Interviews with six bereaved… CONTINUE READING
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