Cross-examining dissociative identity disorder: Neuroimaging and etiology on trial

@article{Reinders2008CrossexaminingDI,
  title={Cross-examining dissociative identity disorder: Neuroimaging and etiology on trial},
  author={A. Reinders},
  journal={Neurocase},
  year={2008},
  volume={14},
  pages={44 - 53}
}
Dissociative identity disorder (DID) is probably the most disputed of psychiatric diagnoses and of psychological forensic evaluations in the legal arena. The iatrogenic proponents assert that DID phenomena originate from psychotherapeutic treatment while traumagenic proponents state that DID develops after severe and chronic childhood trauma. In addition, DID that is simulated with malingering intentions, but not stimulated by psychotherapeutic treatment, may be called pseudogenic. With DID… Expand
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