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Yale University School of Medicine, The Clinical Neuroscience Research Unit at The Connecticut Mental Health Center, 34 Park Street, New Haven, Connecticut 06519
Yale University School of Medicine, The Veterans Affairs Hospital in West Haven, Connecticut
1990 by the American Psychiatric Association
This case report highlights the importance of dissociation as a key element in the symptom expression of patients with combat-related PTSD. In addition, it suggests that multiple personality disorder can both origmate and emerge in adulthood.
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