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Handbook of Dissociation [electronic resource] : Theoretical, Empirical, and Clinical Perspectives / edited by Larry K. Michelson, William J. Ray.

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New York, NY : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 1996.
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Book
1 online resource (XVIII, 646 p.)
Edition:
1st ed. 1996.
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Subjects:
Clinical psychology.
Psychiatry.
Local subjects:
Clinical Psychology. (search)
Psychiatry. (search)
Language:
English
Summary:
Within the last decade there has been a tremendous explosion in the clinical, theoretical, and empirical literature related to the study of dissociation. Not since the work done at the tum of the century by Pierre Janet, Morton Prince, William James, and others have the psychological and medical communities shown this great an interest in describing and understanding dissociative phenomena. This volume is the result of this significant expansion. Presently, interest in the scientific and clinical progress in the field of dissociation is indicated by the following: 1. The explosion of conferences, workshops, and seminars devoted to disso­ ciative disorders treatment and research. 2. The emergence of NIMH-supported investigations that focus on dissociation. 3. The burgeoning literature on dissociation. According to a 1992 biblio­ graphic analysis of the field by Goettman et al. (1992), 72% of all writings on the topic have appeared in the past decade, with about 1000 published papers scattered across diverse disciplines and journals. 4. Current interest in dissociation as reflected in the appearance of major articles and special issues in respected psychology and psychiatry journals. 5. The initiation of a journal entitled Dissociation (Richard Kluft, MD, Editor) devoted to the area.
Contents:
I. Foundations
1. History, Phenomenology, and Epidemiology of Dissociation
2. European Studies of Dissociation
3. Dissociation in Normal Populations
II. Developmental Perspectives
4. Dissociation in Typical and Atypical Development: Examples from Father—Daughter Incest Survivors
5. Child Abuse in the Etiology of Dissociative Disorders
6. Disorganization and Disorientation in Infant Strange Situation Behavior: Phenotypic Resemblance to Dissociative States
7. Dissociative Disorders in Children and Adolescents
III. Theoretical Models
8. Recent Developments in the Neurobiology of Dissociation: Implications for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
9. Hypnosis and Dissociation: Theoretical, Empirical, and Clinical Perspectives
10. Emotional Dissociation in Response to Trauma: An Information-Processing Approach
IV. Assessment
11. Diagnostic Issues, Criteria, and Comorbidity of Dissociative Disorders
12. The Psychological Assessment of Dissociation
13. Psychophysiological Assessment of Dissociative Disorders
V. Diagnostic Classifications
14. Depersonalization and Derealization
15. Dissociative Amnesia and Dissociative Fugue
16. Dissociative Identity Disorder
17. Dissociative Symptoms in the Diagnosis of Acute Stress Disorder
18. Posttraumatic Responses to Childhood Abuse and Implications for Treatment
VI. Therapeutic Interventions
19. A Cognitively Based Treatment Model for DSM-IV Dissociative Identity Disorder
20. Psychodynamic Psychotherapy of Dissociative Identity Disorder
21. Overt—Covert Dissociation and Hypnotic Ego State Therapy
22. Hypnotherapeutic Techniques to Facilitate Psychotherapy with PTSD and Dissociative Clients
23. Memory Processing and the Healing Experience
24. Inpatient Treatment of Dissociative Disorders
25. Art and the Dissociative Paracosm: Uncommon Realities
26. Psychopharmacology
VII. Special Topics
27. Clinical Aspects of Sadistic Ritual Abuse
28. Legal and Ethical Issues in the Treatment of Dissociative Disorders.
Notes:
Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Michelson, Larry K. editor., Editor,
Ray, William J. editor., Editor,
ISBN:
1-4899-0310-0
Publisher Number:
10.1007/978-1-4899-0310-5 doi