Tracking Scientific Interest in the Dissociative Disorders: A Study of Scientific Publication Output 1984–2003

@article{HGPope2005TrackingSI,
  title={Tracking Scientific Interest in the Dissociative Disorders: A Study of Scientific Publication Output 1984–2003},
  author={Jr. H. G. Pope and Steven Barry and A. Bodkin and J. Hudson},
  journal={Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics},
  year={2005},
  volume={75},
  pages={19 - 24}
}
Objective: We attempted to track scientific interest in dissociative amnesia and dissociative identity disorder by estimating the annual output of publications regarding these entities over the last 20 years. Methods: Using a standard medical index, PsycINFO, we counted the number of indexed publications involving dissociative amnesia and dissociative identity disorder listed for each year. We then compared these rates with those of well-established diagnoses such as anorexia nervosa, alcohol… Expand
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