The Farsi translation, reliability and validity of the Death Concern Scale.

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Summary of "The Farsi translation, reliability and validity of the Death Concern Scale."

Death concern is a conscious contemplation of the reality of death combined with a negative evaluation of that reality. The Death Concern Scale (DCS) is related to thinking, and death fear or anxiety about death. The aim of the present study was to develop a Farsi version of the DCS and to explore its psychometric properties in a sample of Iranian nurses.


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Name: Trends in psychiatry and psychotherapy
ISSN: 2238-0019
Pages: 114-125


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