Dissociative Identity Disorder: A Case of “Split Personality”
A 35-year-old man had been hospitalized for the second time in one year, for major depression and withdrawal. Shortly after each hospitalization, the depression seemed to lift, and it was thought that even without medication, these hospitalizations tended to revitalize him. The second hospitalization was at a state mental institution.
KeywordsBasic Personality Split Personality Adoptive Mother Dissociative Identity Disorder Hospital Security
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