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La despersonalización: aspectos clínicos y neurobiológicos

@article{SierraSiegert2008LaDA,
  title={La despersonalizaci{\'o}n: aspectos cl{\'i}nicos y neurobiol{\'o}gicos},
  author={Mauricio Sierra-Siegert},
  journal={Revista Colombiana de Psiquiatr{\'i}a},
  year={2008},
  volume={37},
  pages={40-55}
}
Introduction: Although described more than a century ago, depersonalization continues to be a poorly understood and poorly conceptualized phenomenon. Objective: To supply a current vision of depersonalization in the light of descriptive psychopathology and recent empirical developments in neurobiology and transcultural comparisons. Method: Selective review of literature on depersonalization with emphasis on recent literature. Development and conclusion: Research found in recent literature moves… 
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