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Emotion modulation in PTSD: Clinical and neurobiological evidence for a dissociative subtype.
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The neural manifestations of the dissociative subtype in PTSD are compared to those underlying the reexperiencing/hyperaroused subtype and have important implications for treatment of PTSD, including the need to assess patients with PTSD for Dissociative symptoms and to incorporate the treatment of dissociatives symptoms into stage-oriented trauma treatment. Expand
Evaluation of the evidence for the trauma and fantasy models of dissociation.
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There is strong empirical support for the hypothesis that trauma causes dissociation, and that dissociation remains related to trauma history when fantasy proneness is controlled, and little support is found for the hypotheses that the dissociation-trauma relationship is due toantasy proneness or confabulated memories of trauma. Expand
Parental Attachment, Separation-Individuation, and College Student Adjustment: A Structural Equation Analysis of Mediational Effects
Secure parental attachment and healthy levels of separation-individuation have been consistently linked to greater college student adjustment. The present study proposes that the relation betweenExpand
THE DISSOCIATIVE SUBTYPE OF POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER: RATIONALE, CLINICAL AND NEUROBIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE, AND IMPLICATIONS
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Research related to the dissociative subtype including antecedent, concurrent, and predictive validators as well as the rationale for recommending the dissociation subtype are reviewed. Expand
Coping with Incest: The Relationship Between Recollections of Childhood Coping and Adult Functioning in Female Survivors of Incest
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Reconstructions of coping with childhood incest, abuse characteristics, and current functioning in adulthood indicated that recollections of using avoidance coping and seeking social support were related to poor adult functioning whereas recollected of using distancing coping wererelated to better functioning. Expand
A Naturalistic Study of Dissociative Identity Disorder and Dissociative Disorder Not Otherwise Specified Patients Treated by Community Clinicians
The goals of this naturalistic, cross-sectional study were to describe the patient, therapist, and therapeutic conditions of an international sample of dissociative disorder (DD) patients treated byExpand
Adult attachment and long-term effects in survivors of incest.
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The propensity for insecure attachment among incest survivors was demonstrated, demonstrating that attachment insecurity predicts distress, depression, and personality disorders above and beyond any effects of abuse severity. Expand
Separating Fact from Fiction: An Empirical Examination of Six Myths About Dissociative Identity Disorder
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Empirically derived knowledge about DID has replaced outdated myths and vigorous dissemination of the knowledge base is warranted, because the cost of ignorance about DID is high not only for individual patients but for the whole support system in which they reside. Expand
Dissociative identity disorder: An empirical overview
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Existing data show dissociative identity disorder as a complex, valid and not uncommon disorder, associated with developmental and cultural variables, that is amenable to psychotherapeutic intervention. Expand
Is it Trauma‐ or Fantasy‐based? Comparing dissociative identity disorder, post‐traumatic stress disorder, simulators, and controls
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The Trauma Model of dissociative identity disorder posits that DID is etiologically related to chronic neglect and physical and/or sexual abuse in childhood but these two models have not been jointly tested in individuals with DID in an empirical manner. Expand
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