Moderating effects of meaning in life on the relationship between depression and self-competence in death work among helping professionals
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摘要This study aims to examine the relationships of self-competence in death work (SC-DW) with meaning in life (MIL) and depression, particularly the moderating effects of MIL on the relationship between depression and SC-DW. A total of 151 helping professionals completed a questionnaire. SC-DW showed negative and positive significant associations with depression and MIL, respectively. MIL was the moderator between depression and SC-DW. At the same depression level, helping professionals who experienced a higher level of MIL indicated a higher level of SC-DW, and particularly a higher level of emotional competence in death work. Implications on supporting helping professionals are discussed.
出版社接受日期05.09.2019
著者Chan, W. C. H., Tin, A, F., Wong, A. L. Y.
期刊名稱Death Studies
出版年份2019
出版社BRUNNER/MAZEL INC
國際標準期刊號0748-1187
語言美式英語

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