dissociative identity disorder

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dissociative identity disorder

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Lights Out (the feature) centres on twenty-something Rebecca (Teresa Palmer) and her pre-adolescent brother Martin (Gabriel Bateman), whose mother, Sophie (Maria Bello), suffers from a disassociative mental illness that has her talking to a friend no one else sees.
And so, because they don't get time to practice being actors, they don't know what kind of actors they are--and that's very disassociative for them.
With a title that plays off "civil unrest" and references the well-known case of Sybil (who suffered from disassociative identity disorder), Sybil Unrest leverages multiple identities as an opening from which to shake up and transmute political and cultural structures, even to the (up)root(ing) of language and form.
Part three consists of illustrative case studies, including one where he looks at both the neurobiological and psychodynamic formulations of a patient's disassociative experiences, and one that considers the unconscious transmission of Holocaust trauma.
Phobias, adjustment disorders, enduring personality change, disassociative disorders and psychosis" are also symptoms portrayed by the elderly with PTSD (Hiskey, 2012, p14).
The self-conscious ads, the kitschy nationalism, the reappropriation of '30s matchbox-cover styles, the sterilized Anglo superheroes, the nods to ukiyo-e--all of these beg to be read as the disassociative pose of a hipster using weaponized irony to mock mainstream taste.
Mr Shuttleworth said: "It is not common to be as disassociative as Mr Thakrar.
She deploys Advaita Vedantic universalism alternately in the reductionistic modality as representative of the whole of Hinduism or in the disassociative modality as entirely unaffiliated with Hinduism in favor of a tenuous assertion of its roots in non-denominational spirituality.
Karen Overall states that Ace "works by disassociative effects, meaning that you could still perceive the stimulus, but you can't cognitively put it together .
The texture is so recognizable as to be trademarked: fast, daffy, tragic, witty, vivid, fabricated by the collaboration of associative and disassociative powers--interrupted at times by epithets of wisdom and grace.
Times disassociative force can't tear these two analogies apart.
The acknowledgment of the cafard, in full-fledged disassociative (or is it associative?