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Title Organ donation and transplantation : psychological and behavioral factors
Published [Place of publication not identified] American Psychological Association 1990

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Contents Why psychological research on organ donation? / James Shanteau and Richard Jackson Harris -- Part one: Individual and cognitive factors -- Organ donation consent decisions by the next of kin : an experimental simulation approach / Richard Jackson Harris [and others] -- Social-cognitive influences on the willingness to donate organs / Barbara E. Nolan and Patrick J. McGrath -- Subjective meaning of terms used in organ donation : analysis of word associations / James Shanteau and Kimberly A. Linin -- Death attitudes and humor : taking a different perspective on organ donation / Robert Shepherd and Herbert M. Lefcourt -- The decision to donate organs : an information integration analysis / James Shanteau and John J. Skowronski -- Part two: Social psychological and sociological factors -- The social delimma of organ donation : opting in or opting out-is that the question? / Dick J. Hessing -- The social construction of altruism in organ donation / Helen Levine Batten -- Perceptions of Mexican-Americans and Anglo-Americans regarding organ donation advertisements / Pat McIntyre -- The Minnesota living donor studies : implications for organ procurement / Eugene Borgida [and others] -- Increasing the number of people who agree to donate organs : can persuasion work? / John J. Skowronski -- Part three: Conceptualizations and implications -- Me and thee versus mine and thine : how perceptions of the body influence organ donation and transplantation / Russell W. Belk -- Role identity and organ donation : some suggestions based on blood donation research / Jane Allyn Piliavin -- The use of social marketing to encourage organ donation / Karen F.A. Fox -- Medical technology and public meaning : the case of viable organ transplantation / Keren Ami Johnson -- Applicability of health promotion strategies to increasing organ donation / Kenneth A. Perkins -- The vital organ shortage in the year 2000 : a new problem and a new proposal / Vinod K. Thukral and Gaylord Cummins -- Part four: Responses -- A judgment/decision-making psychologist responds / Lola Lopes -- A social psychologist responds / David J. Schneider -- A policy research psychologist responds / Kenneth R. Hammond -- Conclusion: We've only just begun / Richard Jackson Harris and James Shanteau
Summary The first two parts [of this book] present results from empirical research on psychological aspects of organ donation. ... The first part includes the studies with an individual perspective, and the second part includes those taking a group perspective. The third part is more conceptual than empirical and deals with possible policy implications, social marketing strategies, and connections to other areas of study. Finally, the fourth part presents three responses adapted from the remarks presented by the discussants [at the conference upon which this book is based]. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2004 APA, all rights reserved)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes English
Subject Donation of organs, tissues, etc. -- Congresses -- Psychological aspects
Transplantation of organs, tissues, etc. -- Psychological aspects -- Congresses
Donation of organs, tissues, etc. -- Psychological aspects -- Congresses
Death.
Transplantation of organs, tissues, etc.
Attitude (Psychology)
Motivation (Psychology)
Organ donors.
Women.
Death -- Psychological aspects.
Blood donors.
Brain death.
Decision making.
Research.
Hispanic Americans.
Dead.
International cooperation.
Psychology.
Altruism.
Men.
Thought and thinking.
Medical care.
Coma.
Ethnic groups.
Art.
Sociology.
Culture.
Mass media.
Surgery, Operative.
Science.
National health services.
Brain -- Diseases.
Social psychology.
Social sciences.
Loss of consciousness.
Public health.
Humanities.
Human rights.
Social control.
Central nervous system -- Diseases.
Intellect.
Human behavior.
Human information processing.
Ethnology.
Physical sciences.
Diseases.
Personality.
Nervous system -- Diseases.
Anthropology.
Neurologic manifestations of general diseases.
Informed consent (Medical law)
Methodology.
Nuclear families.
Families.
Statistics -- Methodology
Arts.
Tissue and Organ Procurement -- methods -- congresses
Tissue Donors -- psychology -- congresses
Transplantation -- congresses
Tissue Donors -- psychology
Tissue and Organ Procurement -- methods
Death
Organ Transplantation
Transplantation
Attitude
Data Collection
Family
Motivation
Tissue Donors
Women
Attitude to Death
Behavioral Research
Congresses
Internationality
Blood Donors
Brain Death
Decision Making
Research
Tissue and Organ Procurement
Hispanic or Latino
Cadaver
Human Body
International Cooperation
Socioeconomic Factors
Psychology
Altruism
Men
Jurisprudence
Thinking
Patient Rights
Health Care Evaluation Mechanisms
Behavior and Behavior Mechanisms
Investigative Techniques
Social Control, Informal
Information Science
Delivery of Health Care
Behavioral Sciences
Coma
Ethnicity
Art
Epidemiologic Methods
Sociology
Culture
Persons
Communications Media
Surgical Procedures, Operative
Population Characteristics
Science
Health Services
Brain Diseases
Psychology, Social
Pathologic Processes
Social Behavior
Emotional Intelligence
Social Sciences
Publication Formats
Named Groups
Unconsciousness
Public Health
Humanities
Analytical, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Techniques and Equipment
Human Rights
Health Care Facilities, Manpower, and Services
Publication Characteristics
Behavioral Disciplines and Activities
Anthropology, Education, Sociology and Social Phenomena
Social Control, Formal
Central Nervous System Diseases
Intelligence
Behavior
Psychiatry and Psychology
Mental Processes
Anthropology, Cultural
Population Groups
Natural Science Disciplines
Quality of Health Care
Pathological Conditions, Signs and Symptoms
Health Care Quality, Access, and Evaluation
Consciousness Disorders
Psychological Phenomena and Processes
Disease
Personality
Environment and Public Health
Nervous System Diseases
Health Care Economics and Organizations
Disciplines and Occupations
Anthropology
Neurobehavioral Manifestations
Neurologic Manifestations
Directed Tissue Donation
Mass Media
Presumed Consent
Informed Consent
Methods
Public Opinion
Third-Party Consent
Tissue Transplantation
State Medicine
Ethnology
Truth Disclosure
Data Collection -- methods
Nuclear Family
Patient Care
deaths.
decision making.
research (function)
psychology.
men (male humans)
thinking.
behavioral sciences.
ethnic groups.
sociology.
culture note.
mass media.
sciences (philosophy)
social psychology.
social sciences.
public health.
humanities.
human behavior.
physical sciences.
anthropology.
methodology.
social anthropology.
ethnology.
illness.
disease.
fine arts (discipline)
works of art.
women (female humans)
science (modern discipline)
culture (concept)
Donation of organs, tissues, etc. -- Psychological aspects
Transplantation of organs, tissues, etc. -- Psychological aspects
Transplantation of Organs & Tissues.
Surgery & Anesthesiology.
Health & Biological Sciences.
Genre/Form proceedings (reports)
Conference papers and proceedings
Conference papers and proceedings.
Actes de congrès.
Form Electronic book
Author Shanteau, James, Contributor
Harris, Richard Jackson, Contributor
LC no. 90000338
ISBN 1557980799
9781557980793
ABBREV TI ORGAN DONATION AND TRANSPLANTATION
ORGAN DONATION & TRANSPLANTATION: PSYCHOLOGICAL & BEHAVIORAL FACTORS
ORGAN DONATION AND TRANSPLANTATION: PSYCHOLOGICAL & BEHAVIORAL FACTORS