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Dissociative Amnesia (Fugue)

Dissociative disorders are usually associated with trauma, or with a mental conflict that forces the mind to separate unacceptable knowledge, information, or feelings.

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  PsychNet-UK Dissociative Amnesia - Fugue Information Sheet - Description, Causation, Treatment, Associated Features, Differential Diagnosis etc.
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  Dissociative Amnesia - Your only familiarity with amnesia may be from what you've read in a novel or seen on television or in the movies. The essential feature of dissociative amnesia is a sudden inability to recall important personal information, usually of a traumatic or stressful nature, that is too extensive to be explained by ordinary forgetfulness and is not associated with a general medical condition. An Article. Not Rated
  Dissociative Fugue - One or more episodes of amnesia in which the inability to recall some or all of one's past and either the loss of one's identity or the formation of a new identity occur with sudden, unexpected, purposeful travel away from home 3/5
  Dissociative Identity Disorder - An Article by Rachel Kaplan. Not Rated
  First Person Plural - Is a small UK-wide registered charity led by abuse survivors with first hand experience of complex dissociative distress. We are a membership association open to dissociative survivors, their friends, family & professional allies and anyone with an interest in dissociation who wishes to support our work. 3/5
  Fugue- Anatomy of  - Explanation of fugal procedures exemplified in the works of J. S. Bach.  3/5
  Identity Disorder - Dissociative Identity Disorder and Temporal Lobe Involvement: Replication and a Cautionary Note. An Article. Not Rated
  PODS (Positive Outcomes for Dissociative Survivors) - Works to make recovery from dissociative disorders a reality through:, training, informing and supporting. Also information and awareness training days/workshops to inform and educate about the reality of living with and recovering from dissociation, trauma and sexual abuse, suitable both for dissociative survivors, their supporters and professionals such as counsellors and psychotherapists. 4/5
   
 TEST Dissociative Experiences Scale, A Screening Test for Dissociative Identity Disorder - Click Here
Google Google Scholarly Articles on Dissociative Amnesia - None Dissociative disorders are usually associated with trauma, or with a mental conflict that forces the mind to separate unacceptable knowledge, information, or feelings.
Wiki Wikipedia - Dissociative Disorder - Click Here
Google Google Scholarly Articles on Fugue - None
Wiki Wikipedia - Fugue - Click Here
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