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Is DID best conceptualised as a naturally occurring response to early trauma, or as a socially influenced product that unfolds largely in response to the shaping influences of therapeutic practices, culturally based scripts, and societal expectations?
The Elements of DID
Dissociative disorders involve some sort of dissociation, or separation, of a part of a person’s consciousness, memory, or identity (Sue et al, 2003)...
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DID is a rare, severe dissociative disorder, characterised by the presence of two or more distinct personalities within an individual. Each personality is a complex, integrated being with its own name, memories, behavioural traits, emotional characteristics, social relations, employment histories, mental and physical disorders, and psychological test responses (Maxmen, 1986)...
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|multiple personality order
Dissociative identity disorder is also known as multiple personality disorder, as detailed in the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems...
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|Outline for Dissociative Disorder
Tests are performed to rule out physical conditions such as head and certain brain diseases, sleep deprivation, and intoxication. b.Some doctors use medication or hypnosis...
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|Dissociative identity disorder
To co-workers, neighbors, and others with whom they interact daily, they apparently function normally. There is a great deal of overlap of symptoms and experiences among the various Dissociative Disorders, including DID (MPD)...
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But religion comes in different formalities. There are those who were raised practicing their religion, those who were influenced and converted, and those who were brainwashed...
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More than five times as many women than men have problems with dissociative identity disorder. At what age do dissociative disorders appear? Dissociative amnesia is generally a problem in adulthood, but it can be found in children and adolescents...
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Some personalities appear to know and interact with one another in an elaborate inner world. For example, personality A may be aware of personality B and know what B does, as if observing B's behavior; personality B may or may not be aware of personality A...
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|Dissociative Identity Disorder
This appears to be a sudden and obvious change in mood, behavior, or even appearance of the sufferer. This usually occurs when the sufferer is presented with an anxiety-producing situation...
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