dissociation pysc 2000

dissociation pysc 2000 - Dissociative, Personality, and...

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Module 50 Dissociative, Personality, and Somatoform Disorders
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Dissociative Disorders Dissociative Identity Disorder Understanding Dissociative Identity Disorder Personality Disorders Schizotypal Personality Disorder Borderline Personality Disorder Antisocial Personality Disorder Histrionic Personality Disorder Narcissistic Personality Disorder Somatoform Disorders    Conversion Disorder   Hypochondriasis    Body Dysmorphic Disorder
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Dissociative Disorders Conscious awareness becomes separated  (dissociated) from previous memories, thoughts, and  feelings. Symptoms 1. Having a sense of being unreal. 2. Being separated from the body. 3. Watching yourself as if in a movie.
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Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) A disorder in which a person exhibits two or more  distinct and alternating  personalities , formerly  called multiple personality disorder. DID Video Chris Sizemore (DID) L o i s B e r n t / G a m
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DID Critics Critics argue that the diagnosis of DID increased in the  late 20 th  century. DID has not been found in other  countries. Critics’ Arguments 1. Role-playing by people open to a  therapist’s suggestion . 2. Learned response that reinforces  reductions in anxiety. 3. Diagnosis increased following  media   attention.  NPR Clip Sybil
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Personality Disorders (PD)  Personality disorders  are characterized by  inflexible  and  enduring  behavior patterns that  impair social  functioning.   You must be at least  18 years of age to be  diagnosed with a PD.
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Odd beliefs or unusual perceptual experiences. Odd behavior, thought and emotions.
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