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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If someone with dissociative identity disorder (DID) commits a wrongful act, is he responsible?
Kim was diagnosed with dissociative identity disorder 15 years ago after being referred to mental health services, aged 14, due to memory lapses and erratic behaviour.
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People who claim more than one psychological identity are considered to be suffering from dissociative identity disorder.
Survivors with dissociative identity disorder (DID) often report a history of traumatic events in their lives.
The disturbance is not better explained by dissociative identity disorder, posttraumatic stress, acute stress disorder, somatic symptom disorder, or major or mild neurocognitive disorder.
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