Chapter 7 - Dissociative identity disorder(DID(aka Multiple...

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Hysterical somatoform disorders Conversion disorder Somatization disorder (Briquet’s syndrome) Pain disorder associated with psychological  factors Factitious disorder Munchausen syndrome Munchausen syndrome by proxy   Preoccupation somatoform disorders Hypochondriasis Body dysmorphic disorder
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Psychodynamic model Primary gain Secondary gain Behavioral model Cognitive model Multicultural model Treatment of somatoform disorders
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Dissociative amnesia Dissociative fugue Depersonalization disorder
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Unformatted text preview: Dissociative identity disorder (DID) (aka : Multiple personality disorder) Subpersonalities / Alternate personalities How do subpersonalities interact? How do subpersonalities differ? Psychodynamic model Behavioral model State-dependent learning Self-hypnosis Treatment of most dissociative disorders Hypnotic therapy (hypnotherapy) Treatment of DID Recognizing the disorder Recovering memories Integrating the subpersonalities Fusion...
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