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Preliminary Investigation of the Reliability and Validity of the German Version of the State Scale of Dissociation (SSD)

Preliminary Investigation of the Reliability and Validity of the German Version of the State Scale of Dissociation (SSD)

According to a new definition proposed by Spiegel and colleagues for DSM-V, dissociation is a “disruption of and/or discontinuity in the normal, subjective integration of one or more aspects of psychological functioning, including - but not limited to - memory, identity, consciousness, perception, and motor control. In essence, aspects of psychobiological functioning that should be associated, coordinated, and/or linked are not… Dissociative symptoms are characterized by (a) unbidden and unpleasant intrusions into awareness and behavior, with accompanying losses of continuity in subjective experience: (i.e., ‘positive’ dissociative symptoms); and/or (b) an inability to access information or to control mental functions that normally are readily amenable to access or control: (i.e., ‘negative’ dissociative symptoms’)”.

 

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