A Causal-Comparative Study of the Influence of Loss Issues on the Anxiety Levels of Adolescent Psychiatric In-Patients
Date of Graduation
Master of Science in Counseling
Counseling, Leadership, and Special Education
This study examines the issue as to whether or not the presence of grieving would significantly affect either the State Anxiety or the Trait Anxiety of adolescent psychiatric in-patients. A sample of 71 adolescent in-patients were administered a clinical interview to determine the presence or absence of grieving issues and were then administered the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory. There was found to be a significant difference between grieving and non-grieving patients regarding both their State Anxiety and their Trait Anxiety.
© Steven A Moncher
Moncher, Steven A., "A Causal-Comparative Study of the Influence of Loss Issues on the Anxiety Levels of Adolescent Psychiatric In-Patients" (1992). MSU Graduate Theses. 688.