Dissociation and DID

Dissociation: An Insufficiently Recognized Major Feature of Complex PTSD

Diagnosing Dissociative Identity Disorder

A New Model of Dissociative Identity Disorder

Multiple Personality Disorder as an Attachment Disorder

Trauma-related Structural Dissociation of the Personality

Becoming one person – living with dissociative identity disorder

Dissociative Identity Disorder – A Controversial Diagnosis

The Evolution of Alter Personality States in Dissociative Identity Disorder

Measuring Fragmentation in Dissociative Identity Disorder

Fact of Fictitious – a Psychobiological Study of Authentic and Simulated Dissociative Identity States

Distinguishing Simulated from Genuine Dissociative Identity Disorder on the MMPI-2

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