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Handbook for the Assessment of Dissociation: A Clinical Guide is the first book to offer guidelines for the systematic assessment of dissociation and posttraumatic syndromes. This book - provides a comprehensive overview of dissociative symptoms and disorders, as well as an introduction to the use of the SCID-D, a diagnostic interview for the dissociative disorders- includ ...more
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Published May 1st 1995 by American Psychiatric Association Publishing
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“Another patient with DID described the visual images she had of the personalities inside her in the following way;

Interviewer: What does she [the personality] look like?

Patient: She wears jeans, she never wears a dress ...

Interviewer: Does she look like Josie?

Patient: Yes, they look identical except that their manners and their clothing and their hair.. .. Josie's hair is curly with ribbons and Julie has braids and could care less what she looks like.

She's tomboy looking.

Interviewer: Do they look like you?

Patient: I think they look like me. Wthout the glasses. They don't wear glasses...

Interviewer: Do you have an image of Diane?

Patient: Blonde hair, she looks older. (SCID-D interview, unpublished transcript)”
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“In some instances the patient will have a visual image of a contrasexual alter. For example, one female patient endorsed the presence of two male alters with the same name, one a boy of about age 10 wearing a baseball cap and the other a slightly older but still aggressive adolescent. Because a patient's use of visual images provides rich evidence for the degree of identity alteration, each of the SCID-D's follow-up sections incorporates questions about visual images to allow the patient to elaborate on this symptom.” 0 likes
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