The Relationship between Dissociation, Personality Disorders, and Neurocognitive Disorder
Peritraumatic dissociation is a disturbance of emotion and/or cognition during or immediately after a traumatic experience. Trait dissociation describes these same emotional/cognitive disturbances in daily functioning. The purpose of this study was to explore the relationships between dissociation, personality disorders, and neurocognitive disorder in trauma-exposed adults. It was hypothesized that both peritraumatic and trait dissociation would be moderately (r > .30) to strongly (r > .50) positively correlated with all 10 DSM-5 personality disorders and neurocognitive disorder. A total of ...
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