Attention-deficit/ hyperactivity disorder and dissociative disorder
among abused children.
Dissociative tendencies and dissociative disorders
The differential diagnosis of epilepsy, pseudoseizures, dissociative identity disorder, and dissociative disorder
not otherwise specified.
A naturalistic study of dissociative identity disorder and dissociative disorder
not otherwise specified patients treated by community clinicians.
Although the WPATH Standards of Care (2011) explicitly mention DID as a possible co-occurring condition with transgenderism and transsexualism, the Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients make no mention of dissociation or dissociative disorders
(American Psychological Association, 2011).
Accordingly, ICD-10 classifies conversion disorder as a dissociative disorder
while DSM-IV considers it as a somatoform disorder (Brown, Cardena, Nijenhuis, Sar, & van der Hart, 2007; Spitzer et al.
Differential diagnostic considerations include the NREM arousal disorders, atypical arousals arising from patients with obstructive sleep apnoea and periodic limb movement disorder; nocturnal seizures; panic disorder; and dissociative disorder
Roma, who has a dissociative disorder
, admitted dissemination of a terrorist publication last year.
The 44 year-old rocker, who will play with the band at Birmingham's NIA on May 13, suffers from dissociative disorder
, a mental condition triggered by being away from familiar surroundings.
Adam, 44, suffers from dissociative disorder
, a mental condition which makes the world around him seem unreal when he steps out of his comfort zone.
Randle, who informs him that amnesia is a symptom of his severe dissociative disorder
, which he has periodically suffered from since the death of Clio, the love of his life, during a vacation to the Greek islands.
Cronbach's alphas revealed high reliability for each of the four scales as follows: major depression and dissociative disorder