Corpus ID: 149367062

An update on the Dissociative Experiences Scale.

  title={An update on the Dissociative Experiences Scale.},
  author={Eve Carlson and Frank W Putnam},
Dissociation, Identity Distress, and Rejection Sensitivity in Adult Adoptees
University of Groningen Inter-Identity Autobiographical Amnesia in Patients with Dissociative Identity Disorder
Background: A major symptom of Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID; formerly Multiple Personality Disorder) is dissociative amnesia, the inability to recall important personal information. Only twoExpand
Schizotypy and Performance on an Insight Problem-Solving Task: The Contribution of Persecutory Ideation
Insight problem solving is thought to underpin creative thought as it incorporates both divergent (generating multiple ideas and solutions) and convergent (arriving at the optimal solution) thinkingExpand
Engendered Responses to, and Interventions for, Shame in Dissociative Disorders: A Survey and Experimental Investigation
Exposure to shame while monitoring dissociation should accompany therapy for DDs, and interventions focused on feelings, cognitions, or previous shame experiences were deemed most helpful. Expand
Measuring fragmentation in dissociative identity disorder: the integration measure and relationship to switching and time in therapy
  • M. Barlow, J. Chu
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • European journal of psychotraumatology
  • 2014
The integration measure (IM) provides a useful beginning to quantify and study integration and fragmentation in DID and may be useful in treatment settings to assess progress or change over time. Expand
Dissociative experiences, subclinical anxiety and perceived level of psychological distress in a nonclinical population
The purpose of this quantitative study was to investigate to what extent the variance in less severe forms of dissociation is explained by subclinical anxiety and perceived level of psychologicalExpand
Inter-Identity Autobiographical Amnesia in Patients with Dissociative Identity Disorder
Although patients subjectively reported amnesia for the autobiographical details included in the task, the results indicated transfer of information between identities, calling for a revision of the DID definition. Expand
The role of limbic system irritability in linking history of childhood maltreatment and psychiatric outcomes in low-income, high-risk women: Moderation by FK506 binding protein 5 haplotype
A potential role of FKBP5 gene variants in contributing to risk for limbic system dysfunction is revealed, adding to the growing evidence that child maltreatment may lead to symptoms of internalizing psychopathology through its impact on the limbicSystem. Expand
A Preliminary Study Examining Relationships Between Childhood Maltreatment, Dissociation, and Self-Injury in Psychiatric Outpatients
It was found that childhood malt treatment rather than dissociation predicted self-injury, and physical abuse rather than the other kinds of childhood maltreatment was significantly related to self-Injury. Expand
Child Sexual Abuse, Dissociation, and Alcohol: Implications of Chemical Dissociation via Blackouts Among College Women
Findings implicate the use of alcohol as a possible maladaptive coping mechanism among college females with childhood sexual trauma in the form of blackout frequency and problematic drinking. Expand