Post Profile

The Puzzle of Multiple Personality Disorder

Dissociative identity disorder (DID, commonly referred to as multiple personality disorder) is well known to the general public through multiple movies and books. However, the disease remains poorly understood and rather mysterious for the medical specialists. The definition of this disorder implies that a patient has at least two distinctive and relatively long-lasting identities (sometim
read more


Related Posts

Woman With 20 Seperate Personalities

Society & Culture / Paranormal : Ghost Theory

For those that aren’t familiar with the term “Multiple Personality Disorder” or the more clinical label “Dissociative Identity Disorder”, I am glad to fill you in direct from the Wiki. Dissociative Identity Disorder (Multiple Person...

The Differences Between Schizophrenia and Dissociative Identity Disorder

Lifestyle / Productivity :

A lot of the time, people confuse two uncommon mental disorders: Schizophrenia, and Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), also known as multiple... The post The Differences Between Schizophrenia and Dissociative Identity Disorder ap...

Behind the Masks – The Mysteries of Dissociative Identity Disorder

Academics / Neuroscience : Brain Blogger

While Toni Collette may have pulled off making dissociative identity disorder (DID) look glamorous and sexy in the recently cancelled Showtime series United States of Tara, the reality of this disorder is much more complex. As fun a...

Fragmented sleep, fragmented mind: A new theory of sleep disruption and dissociation

Academics / General Science : ScienceDaily: Science Society

Scientific research has shed new light on dissociative symptoms and dissociative identity disorder, formerly known as multiple personality disorder. This condition seems to arise most often when a vulnerable person meets a therapist...

Was Sybil Faking Multiple Personalities?

Academics / Psychology : World of Psychology

Multiple personality disorder — now known in modern psychological lingo as dissociative identity disorder (DID) in the DSM-IV — is a fairly uncommon mental health concern. But it remains an intriguing one because of its nature: The ...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC