DISSOCIATION PHENOMENA AND AGE

Title

DISSOCIATION PHENOMENA AND AGE

Creator

Torem M S; Hermanowski R W; Curdue K J

Publisher

Stress Medicine

Date

1992
1992-01

Description

Younger and older subjects selected from non-psychiatric populations were administered two scales to determine frequency of dissociation. Younger subjects were found to dissociate more frequently than older subjects, suggesting that dissociative experiences become less common with increasing age.

Subject

age differences; dissociation; multiple personality; multiple personality-disorder; Psychiatry; Psychology; scale

Format

Journal Article

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Rights

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Pages

23-25

Issue

1

Volume

8

Citation

Torem M S; Hermanowski R W; Curdue K J, “DISSOCIATION PHENOMENA AND AGE,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed May 18, 2024, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/7353.