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Clinical Psychology and Special Education

Publisher: Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

ISSN (online): 2304-0394

DOI: https://doi.org/10.17759/cpse

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Representation of death in children with chronic somatic diseases (for example, nephrological diseases)Representation of death in children with chronic somatic diseases (for example, nephrological diseases) 1380

Borisenko А.V., undergraduate student, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, mirlona@yandex.ru
Kurtanova J.Y., PhD in Psychology, head of the Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation, faculty of Clinical and Special Psychology, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia, Ulia.Kurtanova@yandex.ru
Abstract
The article is devoted to views about the death of children of primary school age suffering from chronic diseases of the urinary tract. In research also there was a task to define influence of religion on ideas of death at children. In research the block of the diagnostic techniques, allowing to reveal idea of death at children's age was approved. Authors assumed that at the children of younger school age having chronic diseases of urinary ways, negative attitude to death prevails, and also that religion influences development of the concept of death. In result of studies it was concluded that the death of understanding younger pupils represents both a positive and a negative phenomenon, the idea of death with physical illness more often positive. Religion really influences formation of the concept of death.The article is devoted to views about the death of children of primary school age suffering from chronic diseases of the urinary tract. In research also there was a task to define influence of religion on ideas of death at children. In research the block of the diagnostic techniques, allowing to reveal idea of death at children's age was approved. Authors assumed that at the children of younger school age having chronic diseases of urinary ways, negative attitude to death prevails, and also that religion influences development of the concept of death. In result of studies it was concluded that the death of understanding younger pupils represents both a positive and a negative phenomenon, the idea of death with physical illness more often positive. Religion really influences formation of the concept of death.

Keywords: ideas of death, nephrological diseases, religion, younger school ageideas of death, nephrological diseases, religion, younger school age

Column: Applied research

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