Anxiety

Death Anxiety Resilience (DAR)

Hoelterhoff‚ Mark 2010

(1) ha‎ving upsetting thoughts or Images about the life-threatening event that came into your head when you didn’t want them to
(2) ha‎ving bad dreams or nightmares about the life-threatening event
(3) Reliving the Hfe-threatening event‚ acting or feeling as if it was happening again
(4) Feeing emotionally upset when you were reminded of the life threatening event (for example‚ feeling scared‚ angry‚ sad‚ guilty‚ etc.)
(5) Experiencing physical reactions when you were reminded of the life threatening event (for example‚ breaking out in a sweat‚ heart beating fast)
(6) Trying not to think about‚ talk about‚ or have feelings about the life threatening event
(7) Trying to avoid activities‚ people‚ or places that remind you of the life threatening event
(8) Not being able to remember an important part of the life-threatening event
(9) ha‎ving much less interest or participating much less often in important activities
(10) Feeling distant or cut off from people around you
(11) Feeling emotionally numb (for example‚ being unable to cry or unable to have loving feelings)
(12) Feeling as if your fixture plans or hopes will not come true (for example‚ you will not have a career‚ marriage‚ children‚ or a long life)
(13) ha‎ving trouble failing or staying asleep
(14) Feeling irritable or ha‎ving fits of anger
(15) ha‎ving trouble concentrating (for example‚ drifting in and out of conversations‚ losing track of a story on television‚ forgetting what you read)
(16) Being overly alert (for example‚ checking to see who is around you‚ being uncomfortable with your back to a door‚ etc.)
(17) Being jumpy or easily startled (for example)) when someone walks up behind you)
(18) How long have you experienced the problems that you reported above? (Circle ONE)
1) Less than 1 month
2) 1 to 3 months
3) More than 3 months
(19) How long after the life-threatening event did these problems begin? (circle ONE)
1) Less than 6 months
2) 6 or more months
Indicate below if the problems you rated above have interfered with any of the following areas of your life. Circle Y for Yes or N for No.
(20) Work Yes/NO
(21) chores and duties Yes/NO
(22) Relationships with Yes/NO
(23) Fun and leisure activities Yes/NO
(24) Schoolwork Yes/NO
(25) Relationships with your family Yes/NO
(26) Sex life Yes/NO
(27) General satisfaction with life Yes/NO
(28) Overall level of functioning in all areas of your Yes/NO
 
 
This can be found on pages 186- 187 of RESILIENCE AGAINST DEATH ANXIETY IN RELATIONSHIP TO POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER AND PSYCHIATRIC CO-MORBIDITY. Available online at:http://pearl.plymouth.ac.uk/pearl_jspui/bitstream/10026.1/306/4/Hoelterhoff%20M%20E_2010.pdf
 
 
Items 1-17:
0 = Not at all or only one time
1 = Once in a while/ Once a week or less
2 = Half of the time/ 2 to 4 times a week
3 = Almost always/ 5 or more times a week
Items 20-28:
No / Yes
 

Hoelterhoff‚ Mark 2010. RESILIENCE AGAINST DEATH ANXIETY IN RELATIONSHIP TO POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER AND PSYCHIATRIC CO-MORBIDITY. thesis submitted to the University of Plymouth in partial fulfilment for the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY. University of Plymouth.