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On becoming one-self: Reflections on the concept of integration as seen through a case of dissociative identity disorder.
Rosik (1995) considers "wholeness" as the common aim of modern psychology and ancient religions and compares the mystical growth of a person in Christianity with the process of treatment of a Dissociative Identity Disorder patient.
Psychological assessment of patients with dissociative identity disorder.
Spanos, 1994), Smith said, "Modern psychology suggests that Dissociative Identity Disorder is a rare condition.
The origins of dissociative identity disorder from an object relations and attachment theory perspective.
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).
It takes a great deal of work to move, as Gillett does, from this large scale view of psychology, social science, and normality to the particular consequences for our views of the unconscious, schizophrenia, depression, attention deficit disorder, autism, antisocial personality disorder, dissociative identity disorder, eating disorders, and hysteria.
An argument is made here that a behavioral analysis of Dissociative Identity Disorder demystifies these behaviors and that behavior analysts need to communicate to a wider audience by addressing more phenomena of a clinical and popular interest.
The defense has filed in court a psychiatrist's evaluation stating that Huskey suffers from dissociative identity disorder (DID), a mental illness also known as multiple personality disorder.
Walker, whose 2008 autobiography, Breaking Free, told the story of how he overcame dissociative identity disorder, is now working with University Behavioral Health in a special initiative to raise awareness of mental health disorders and dispel the stigmas attached to them that keep people - particularly men - from seeking help.
Will we give doctors PS110 for diagnosing dissociative identity disorder (PS55 for each personality).