Personality and mortality salience Who ’ s Afraid of Death and Terrorists ? Investigating Moderating Effects of Sense of Coherence , Mindfulness , Neuroticism , and Meaning in Life on Mortality Salience

@inproceedings{Blmke2016PersonalityAM,
  title={Personality and mortality salience Who ’ s Afraid of Death and Terrorists ? Investigating Moderating Effects of Sense of Coherence , Mindfulness , Neuroticism , and Meaning in Life on Mortality Salience},
  author={Matthias Bl{\"u}mke},
  year={2016}
}
Sense of coherence (SOC) is thought to be a stress-buffering personality construct. We explored if SOC has a moderating effect on the distress experienced following mortality salience. SOC, mindfulness, neuroticism, and meaning in life were measured as potential moderators. Participants reported on death anxiety and completed a worldview defense task… CONTINUE READING