Year: 1981 Source: Omega, v.12, no.3, (1981-1982), p.189-190 SIEC No: 19820829

Concerns toward death of 106 mental health workers were measured by means of Dickstein’s Death Concern Scale. Analyses of the data indicated that respondents, marital status and medical condition had significant effects on death concern scores. Results are discussed within the context of clinical psychology.