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Presiding Judge Akiba had court-appointed psychiatrists conduct such tests based on the defense counsel's request and judged that Oshima suffers from multiple personality syndrome.
A proposal is made here to re-evaluate behavioral accounts of personality and their relation to Multiple Personality Disorder (American Psychiatric Association, 1987), now called Dissociative Identity Disorder or DID (American Psychiatric Association, 1994).
Far from being harmless, Mahoney believes exorcism can be "extremely destructive" when practiced on patients with undiagnosed multiple personality disorders.
This paper offers a behavior analytic account of personality and relates this to Multiple Personality Disorder (American Psychiatric Association, 1987), now called Dis sociative Identity Disorder or DID (American Psychiatric Association, 1994).
Multiple personality was recognized in DSM III-R under its traditional name 'multiple personality disorder'.
Medical experts had diagnosed Sean with severe mental illness including multiple personality disorder.
1986) Multiple Personality, Allied Disorders and Hypnosis, Oxford University Press, New York.
Yet, a majority associate the following symptoms with schizophrenia: split personality and multiple personality (78% each); insanity, madness, or craziness (71 %); and violence (68%).
In Sybil, based on the actual case history by Flora Rheta Schreiber (1973), a therapist (Joanne Woodward) treats Sybil (Sally Field), a patient who is suffering from multiple personality disorder(15) During the course of treatment, the therapist journeys to her patient's childhood home to search for corroborating evidence of childhood abuse.
In Carol Tavris's review of Elaine Showalter's Hystories in the same issue, we learn that Tavris is thrilled that Showalter is "braving the wrath" of feminist therapists, and that these same feminists are to blame for panics about satanic ritual abuse and multiple personality disorders.
Compared to these, the early pictures look like a simple case of multiple personality disorder.
Curtin (1993) presented an excellent discussion of multiple personality disorder (American Psychiatric Association, 1987), currently known as dissociative identity disorder (American Psychiatric Association, 1994), which provided a useful format for taking a thorough nursing history and performing an assessment.

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