Abnormal Psychology

Dissociative Identity Disorder

This semester we learned about Dissociative Identity Disorder. If you are interested in seeing what life is like with DID, I would suggest reading about Jessica. She has a Tumblr (http://multiplicityandme.tumblr.com) and a YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/MultiplicityAndMe/videos). You might find it interesting to see the disorder from her point of view.

What do you think of DID?

Are you still skeptical?

Or has the information provided in class, or in these links, helped to change your mind?


Feel free to leave a comment below!


5 thoughts on “Dissociative Identity Disorder

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    • I agree with you. I believe the research and evidence supports it’s existence. I try to give my students the opportunity to absorb information from both sides of the argument, and make the decision on their own. Thank you for the link for further reading!

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