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Dissociative disorders measures

Cardeña, Etzel LU (2008) In Handbook of psychiatric measures. (2. ed) p.587-599
Abstract
Dissociation is a complex concept that involves at least two different types of phenomena: the compartmentalization of psychological processes such as memory or identity that should ordinarily be integrated, and alterations of consciousness characterized by experiential detachment from the self and/or the environment. Although there are non-pathological manifestations of dissociation, this chapter covers measures for the detection of pathological dissociation and for the diagnosis of the DSM-IV dissociative disorders (dissociative amnesia, dissociative fugue, dissociative identity disorder, depersonalization disorder, and dissociative disorder not otherwise specified). The instruments included in this section evaluate clinical and... (More)
Dissociation is a complex concept that involves at least two different types of phenomena: the compartmentalization of psychological processes such as memory or identity that should ordinarily be integrated, and alterations of consciousness characterized by experiential detachment from the self and/or the environment. Although there are non-pathological manifestations of dissociation, this chapter covers measures for the detection of pathological dissociation and for the diagnosis of the DSM-IV dissociative disorders (dissociative amnesia, dissociative fugue, dissociative identity disorder, depersonalization disorder, and dissociative disorder not otherwise specified). The instruments included in this section evaluate clinical and non-clinical dissociation (e.g., the Dissociative Experiences Scale [DES]) and help diagnose dissociative disorders according to DSM-IV criteria (e.g., the Dissociative Disorders Interview Schedule [DDIS]). (Less)
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Handbook of psychiatric measures. (2. ed)
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Rush, A. J.; First, M. B.; Becker, D.; ; and
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587 - 599
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Amer Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.
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978-1-58562-218-4
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  author       = {Cardeña, Etzel},
  editor       = {Rush, A. J. and First, M. B. and Becker, D.},
  isbn         = {978-1-58562-218-4},
  keyword      = {measure.,dissociation},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {587--599},
  publisher    = {Amer Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.},
  series       = {Handbook of psychiatric measures. (2. ed)},
  title        = {Dissociative disorders measures},
  year         = {2008},
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