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1 Dissociative Disorders Problems With Reality. .. By: Daniel Reid
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2 Dissociative Disorders What is dissociation? literally a dis-association of memory person suddenly becomes unaware of some aspect of their identity or history unable to recall memories except under special circumstances (e.g., hypnosis)
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3 Types of Dissociative Disorders Three types are recognized dissociative amnesia dissociative fugue dissociative identity disorder
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4 Dissociative Amnesia Heather and her brother were recently victims of a robbery. Heather was not injured, but her brother was killed when he resisted the robbers. Heather is unable to recall any details from the time of the accident until four days later.
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5 Dissociative Amnesia Also known as psychogenic amnesia Memory loss the only symptom Often selective loss surrounding traumatic events person still knows identity and most of their past Contrast this with dissociative fugue
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6 Dissociative Fugue Isabel, a high school physics teacher in
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course PS 101 taught by Professor Hoffman during the Fall '07 term at BU.

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