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Motivation – Dec 5th 2013.docx

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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 3140
Professor
Jennifer Lewin
Semester
Winter

Description
Adult Dev Aging – Dec 5  2013h Final­ same format as midterm Ch 13 ­>Death and Dying Dying and Bereavement  Socio/cult context  Death­ transition btwn being alive and being dead  Dying­ process of making the transition  Image example – grave stone, grim reaper, flag half down pole, casket  Clinical death­ no breathing or pulse = dead (this was the thought for a long time until  now) Brain death – “prof says 7 diff criteria”  ­ no eye moevements, blinking, pupil responsiveness ­ no moor reflexes ­ a flat EEG for at least 10 minutes ­ no change in any of these when tested again 24 hours later ­ Persistent vegetative state – brain stem functioning continues after cortical func  stops (pers will not recover)  Assisted Suicide ­ Robert traacy Latimer ­ Sue Rodriguez ­ Dr. Don Law  Thinking about Death: Personal Espects A Life Course Approach to Dy
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