Investigating the Relationship Between Childhood Trauma, Dissociation and Psychotic Symptoms in First Episode Psychosis
It is found that a substantial minority of those diagnosed with first episode psychosis also had a co-occurring dissociative disorder or clinically significant Dissociative symptoms and these were more frequent in those with a history of trauma.
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This article examined evidence for dimensional and typological models of dissociation. The authors reviewed previous research with the Dissociative Experiences Scale (DES; E. B. Bernstein-Carlson &…
Traumatic Relationships And Serious Mental Disorders
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Scale Construction and Psychometrics for Social and Personality Psychology
Introduction Core Principles, Best Practices and an Overview of Scale Construction Response Formats and Item Writing Evaluating Psychometric Properties Dimensionality and Reliability Evaluating…
The theory of trauma-related structural dissociation of the personality.
Different Types of “Dissociation” Have Different Psychological Mechanisms
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of trauma & dissociation : the official journal of the International Society for the Study of Dissociation
Evidence for a bipartite model of dissociation is presented, followed by definitions and descriptions of detachment and compartmentalization, and possible psychological mechanisms underlying these phenomena are discussed.
Are there two qualitatively distinct forms of dissociation? A review and some clinical implications.
- Psychology, MedicineClinical psychology review
This review aims to clarify the use of the term 'dissociation' in theory, research and clinical practice, proposing that using this dichotomy can lead to clearer case formulation and an improved choice of treatment strategy.
Patterns of Dissociation in Clinical and Nonclinical Samples
- Psychology, MedicineThe Journal of nervous and mental disease
An analysis of the percentage of subjects with high DES scores in each diagnostic group indicated that the diagnostic group's mean DES scores were a function of the proportion of subjects within the group who were high dissociators.
The measurement of dissociation in normal and clinical populations. Meta-analytic validation of the dissociative experiences scale (des)
The Dissociative Experiences Scale (DES) hos now been used in over 100 studies on dissociation. This article reports on a series of meta-analyses to test some of the theoretical assumptions…
The domain of dissociation
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