Euthanasia attitude; A comparison of two scales

@inproceedings{Aghababaei2011EuthanasiaAA,
  title={Euthanasia attitude; A comparison of two scales},
  author={Naser Aghababaei and Hojjatollah Farahani and Javad Hatami},
  booktitle={Journal of medical ethics and history of medicine},
  year={2011}
}
The main purposes of the present study were to see how the term "euthanasia" influences people's support for or opposition to euthanasia; and to see how euthanasia attitude relates to religious orientation and personality factors. In this study two different euthanasia attitude scales were compared. 197 students were selected to fill out either the Euthanasia Attitude Scale (EAS) or Wasserman's Attitude Towards Euthanasia scale (ATE scale). The former scale includes the term "euthanasia", the… CONTINUE READING

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