01 January 2023

Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) and Empathy

 DID and Empathy : Awareness, Research and Resources

DID and Empathy : Awareness, Research and Resources

DID is about survival! As more people begin to appreciate this concept, individuals with DID will start to feel less as though they have to hide in shame. DID develops as a response to extreme trauma that occurs at an early age and usually over an extended period of time.” ― Deborah Bray Haddock

Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) and Empathy Research

Conquering Each Day with Dissociative Identity Disorder NAMI

Dissociative Disorder: Losing Myself and Finding Myself Mind

Dissociating Empathy From Perspective-Taking: Evidence From Intra- and Inter-Individual Differences Research Frontiers in Psychiatry

Dissociation of Cognitive and Emotional Empathy in Adults with Asperger Syndrome Using the Multifaceted Empathy Test (MET) Springer Link

Dissociative Identity Disorder: Adaptive Deception of Self and Others  PDF Download The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and Law

Dissociative Identity Disorder: Out of the Shadows At Last? Cambridge Core

Dissociative Identity Disorder and Nonviolent Communication with The Copacetic System You, Me, Empathy

Empathy and Dissociation in the Creative Trance Cambridge Core

Empathy and Personality Disorders HealthyPlace

Schema Therapy for Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID): Rationale and Study Protocol Taylor and Francis Online

Separating Fact from Fiction: An Empirical Examination of Six Myths About Dissociative Identity Disorder Harvard Review of Psychiatry

Sleep, Trauma, Fantasy and Cognition in Dissociative Identity Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Healthy Controls: A Replication and Extension Study Taylor & Francis Online

Weakened Cognitive Empathy in Individuals with Dissociation Proneness ResearchGate

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