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Previous research suggests a relationship between caregiving and depression associated with negative impact on the caregivers’ health; however, there remains a gap regarding possible relationships among depression, death anxiety, and coping in family caregivers. In this quantitative study, participants included 46 family caregivers. Multiple regression analysis identified significant relationships between death anxiety, depression, coping, and duration of caregiver experience.

Publication Date

2013

City

Minneapolis, MN

Keywords

Research Symposium

Disciplines

Counseling | Family, Life Course, and Society

Death Anxiety, Depression, and Coping in Family Caregivers

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