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POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER AS A THREAT TO MASCULINE IDENTITY
Contributor:Taylor, Jerika Allison
The current study was designed to assess hypotheses derived from the Precarious Manhood Thesis, Anxiety Buffer Disruption Theory, and Terror Management Theory. Specifically, this study attempted to assess whether men who ...
Mortality Salience and Age Interact to Affect Charitable Giving
Contributor:Roberts, Jennifer Raelene
Evidence suggests that older adults engage in generous behavior more frequently than young adults (Freund & Blanchard-Fields, 2014). It is possible that older adults’ awareness of mortality prompts generative concern ...
Effect of Meditation on Death-Thought Accessibility and Worldview Defense in Response to Mortality Salience, The
Contributor:Park, Young Chin
Research suggests that people typically respond to reminders of their own death by suppressing death-related thoughts and becoming more negative in their attitudes to people who criticize their worldview. However, research ...
Terror Management Theory Perspective on Privilege, A
According to terror management theory, people use cultural worldviews to protect themselves from fears of death. When those cultural worldviews are threatened, people can become hostile and derogate others who hold differing ...