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Unformatted text preview: a. During the fugue, there is an inability to recall a time before the fugue and, after past memories are recovered, there is an inability to recall the fugue b. During the fugue, the individual tends to suffer confusion about personal identity or assumes a new one IV) Dissociative Identity Disorder – a disorder in which a person manifests at least two or more complete systems of identity a. There is an inability to recall information pertaining to when other identity’s take over b. The original identity is usually not away of other identities, but other identities are often aware and sometimes protective toward the original identity V) Dissociative Causal Factor – most common explanations involve personal histories of intense and extreme traumatic events...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PSC 150 taught by Professor Greg during the Spring '05 term at CSU Stanislaus.
- Spring '05