dissociative identity disorder


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dissociative identity disorder:

see multiple personalitymultiple personality,
a very rare psychological disorder in which a person has two or more distinct personalities, each with its own thoughts, feelings, and patterns of behavior.
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Becoming one person: Living with dissociative identity disorder.
Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), which was first called multiple personality disorder, is a condition in which the person has different personalities and each of them controls his or her body and behaviour for a period of time.
Treating the diagnosis of dissociative identity disorder through measures of dissociation, absorption, hypnotizability and PTSD: A Norwegian pilot study.
A factor analysis of the Dissociative Experiences Scale (DES) in dissociative identity disorder.
The behavior pattern commonly known as Multiple Personality Disorder but now called Dissociative Identity Disorder (American Psychiatric Association, 1994) might be considered only a recent phenomenon.
The syndrome commonly known as Multiple Personality Disorder but now called Dissociative Identity Disorder (American Psychiatric Association, 1994) might be thought of as a recent phenomenon.
Frankie & Alice for addressing dissociative identity disorder and the impact of trauma
She said the priest also believed she was suffering from dissociative identity disorder and had alter egos.
We need to rule out the possibility that this is just a variant of dissociative identity disorder (multiple personality disorder) or the subjects are simply "role-playing".
explain skills training during the first phase of treatment for those suffering from dissociative disorders as a result of trauma, including dissociative identity disorder and dissociative disorder not otherwise specified.
A Heart-Centered Approach to Dissociative Identity Disorder.