COUNSELING THE TERMINALLY ILL
|3001||Barber T. X. "Death By Suggestion: A Critical Note". Psychosomatic Medicine 23 ( 1961): 153-155.|
The author believes that poison, starvation and organic disease are the usual causes of "voodoo death" rather than any biochemical response to fear.
|3002|| Beauvoir Simone de. A Very Easy Death. Trans. by
New York: G. P. Putnam and Sons, 1966.
A proud mother's clinical humiliation is sensitively described along- side the conflicting love and hostility her daughter experienced in confronting the death. The mother was not told that she was dying. The early relationship of the daughter to the mother will be found in the three volumes of Simone de Beauvoir's memoirs. The death of Simone de Beauvoir is described in Marks (3008).
|3003|| Cannon Walter B. "Voodoo Death". Psychosomatic Medicine 19|
( 1957): 182-190.
A physician presents his evidence for the thesis that biochemical responses to socially induced fear may lead to death.
|3004||Cousins Norman. Anatomy of an Illness as Perceived by the Patient: Reflections on Healing and Regeneration. New York: W. W. Norton Co., 1979.|