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What is multiple personality disorder?

Dissociation(multiple personality disorder)mental process where there’s no connection in thoughts,memories,feelings,actions or id! Any Suggestions here?

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  1. Patrick Reply:

    The signs and symptoms of depression and multiple personality disorder are numerous and often mimic each other. In many cases, the two go hand-in-hand. Source:http://www.ehow.com/list_6321528_signs-depression-multiple-personality-disorder.html

  2. Verona Reply:

    Multiple personality disorder is a disorder in which a person will completely disassociate from events. For further information, please visit the website http://www.fortea.us/english/psiquiatria/multiple.htm.

  3. Nguyet Reply:

    Stress. It is an effort to confront situations that the current personality is not capable of handling. Source:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_causes_of_multiple_personality_disorder

  4. Karan Reply:

    I’m not sure who answered this question, but the symptoms they described below are actually for schizophrenia, not multiple personality disorder. There is a big difference. if you look it up on webmd.com you can find out pretty much anythin… Source:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_symptoms_of_multiple_personality_disorders

  5. Rocio Reply:

    Learn as much as you can about multiple personality disorder. Many books exist that tell of MPD sufferers, such as "Sybil" by Flora Rheta Schreiber and "I’m Eve" by Chris Costner Sizemore. Make sure that you read about current research into… Source:http://www.ehow.com/how_2066490_help-someone-multiple-personality-disorder.html

  6. Mariela Reply:

    is it possible for a kid i may have multiple personali to have personality disorder or disorder? i am a 13 yr multiple identities? do i have a personality old girl and i think

  7. Dena Reply:

    Schizophrenia is actually not at all the same thing as dissociative identity disorder, also known as multiple personality disorder! actually, DID is so rare that its validity as a disorder is questioned by some psychologists, and very little is known about it! what is known is that it is more common in women, and more common still in women who have experienced sexual abuse! the separate personality or personalities which split from the original are often opposite the persons original personality, and often unknown, at least at first, to the original personality! also, the first split personality generally knows about the others, and often establishes itself as the controller of the others! schizophrenia means split mind, but in the sense of being split from reality, not split into parts! it is extremely debilitative and people suffering from it often experience hallucinations (usually in the form of voices), paranoia, catatonia, and illogical thought, among other things!ok, the above was all information learned in psych class, and below is a link on each:http://www!sidran!org/didbr!htmlhttp://www!psychologynet!org/schiz!html

  8. Marya Reply:

    Dissociative identity disorder (DID, also known as multiple personality disorder in the ICD-10) is a psychiatric diagnosis whose essential feature, according to the

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