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THE ROLE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING TO REDUCE DEATH ANXIETY DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
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Abstract
The COVID-19 pandemic that has occurred over the past two years has caused increased public anxiety, especially anxiety about death. This study aims to determine the role of psychological well-being on death anxiety during the covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia. This study uses accidental sampling with 301 respondents aged 13-60 years. Instruments of this study used PWBS (Psychological Well-Being Scale) by Ryff and DAS (death anxiety scale) by Templer. Data analysis used correlation test spearment. The result show there is a relationship between psychological well-being and death anxiety r = -.142 (p = .014, p < 0.5), greater Psychological well-being the lower the level of anxiety experienced. This research is expected to contribute to reducing death anxiety of COVID -19 by increasing psychological well-being. Future research is expected to find specific variables that can reduce death anxiety and treatments that can be increase psychological well-being for society.
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Mrs. Erna Risnawati
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