Year: 1985 Source: Thesis (D.Ed.)-North Carolina State University, 1985. SIEC No: 19870624

This study was undertaken to determine the effect of death education in producing positive change in death attitudes. Death anxiety levels were measured; Pretest–Treatment–Posttest–Follow-up Posttest in a sample (n=43) of Hospice volunteers & a control group (n=20). A general information questionnaire, the TMS, & the IES were administered. Results indicated that there was no significant difference in death anxiety between the 2 groups at the conclusion of training. (NBB)