Depersonalization Disorder

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Depersonalization Disorder

  • Depersonalization Disorder - Depersonalization Disorder is a disorder affecting emotions and behavior. It is characterized by an change in how an affected individual perceives or experiences his or her sense of self. psychnet-uk

  • Depersonalization Disorder - The mark of Depersonalization Disorder (DD) is a feeling of detachment from reality and from one's own body and thoughts. It is as if the person were an automaton, or in a dream, or observing from outside of her body and mind. Healthinmind/Mental Health Disorders/Dissociative Disorders

  • The Merck Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy, Depersonalization Disorder - Persistent or recurrent feelings of being detached from one's body or mental processes and usually a feeling of being an outside observer of one's life.

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