Dissociative experiences in the general population: a factor analysis.

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The 28-item Dissociative Experiences Scale was administered to a stratified cluster sample of 1,055 respondents in the general population of Winnipeg. Dissociative experiences were common in the sample and were not related to socioeconomic status, sex, education, religion, or place of birth, although they declined with age in both sexes. A principal… (More)

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@article{Ross1991DissociativeEI, title={Dissociative experiences in the general population: a factor analysis.}, author={Clinton A Ross and Shabnam Joshi and Raymond F. Currie}, journal={Hospital & community psychiatry}, year={1991}, volume={42 3}, pages={297-301} }