A Review of Published Research on Adult Dissociative Identity Disorder: 2000–2010

@article{Boysen2013ARO,
  title={A Review of Published Research on Adult Dissociative Identity Disorder: 2000–2010},
  author={Guy A. Boysen and Alexandra M. VanBergen},
  journal={The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease},
  year={2013},
  volume={201},
  pages={5–11}
}
  • G. BoysenA. VanBergen
  • Published 1 January 2013
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease
Abstract The purpose of this study was to assess the scientific and etiological status of dissociative identity disorder (DID) by examining cases published from 2000 to 2010. In terms of scientific status, DID is a small but ongoing field of study. The review yielded 21 case studies and 80 empirical studies, presenting data on 1171 new cases of DID. A mean of 9 articles, each containing a mean of 17 new cases of DID, emerged each year. In terms of etiological status, many of the central… 

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