Restoration after bereavement

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Nursing
Department Nursing
Creator Lund, Dale A.; Caserta, Michael; Wright, Scott D.
Other Author de Vries, Brian
Title Restoration after bereavement
Date 2004
Description The death of a spouse in later life, after many years of marriage is one of the most common of all major stressful life transitions. After age 65, 32% of the U.S. population is widowed (14% for men and 45% for women) with this increasing to 46% after age 75 and 66% after the age of 85 (U.S. Bureau of the Census, 2000).
Type Text
Publisher British Society of Gerontology
Volume 14
Issue 4
First Page 9
Last Page 15
Subject Dual process model; bereavement adjustment; loss orientation
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Lund, D., Caserta, M., de Vries, B., & Wright, S. (2004). Restoration after bereavement. Generations Review, Journal of British Society of Gerontology, 14(4), 9-15. Oct.
Rights Management (c)British Society of Gerontology
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