Interidentity memory transfer in dissociative identity disorder.

  title={Interidentity memory transfer in dissociative identity disorder.},
  author={Lauren L. Kong and John J. B. Allen and Elizabeth L. Glisky},
  journal={Journal of abnormal psychology},
  volume={117 3},
Controversy surrounding dissociative identity disorder (DID) has focused on conflicting findings regarding the validity and nature of interidentity amnesia, illustrating the need for objective methods of examining amnesia that can discriminate between explicit and implicit memory transfer. In the present study, the authors used a cross-modal manipulation designed to mitigate implicit memory effects. Explicit memory transfer between identities was examined in 7 DID participants and 34 matched… CONTINUE READING


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