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What does DID stand for?

DID stands for Dissociative Identity Disorder (human psychology)

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These are the ones who developed multiple personalities, or dissociative identity disorder.
Considering the fact that dissociation is also a mechanism which is involved in the formation of psychological problems like dissociative identity disorder and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), a dissociation spectrum or continuum can be defined.
Other PSYCH WEEK premiere programs include: * THE WOMAN WITH 15 PERSONALITIES Premieres Monday, May 3, at 9 PM (ET/PT) THE WOMAN WITH 15 PERSONALITIES presents a unique look at a person living with dissociative identity disorder, a condition in which a person displays several distinct identities, each with its own perception of the environment.
During my clinical experience as a psychiatrist, I have had the opportunity to work with several patients with dissociative disorders, including dissociative identity disorder.
A schoolteacher (Melissa Joan Hart) faces accusations of statutory rape, a mother (Cynthia Nixon) with dissociative identity disorder is suspected of harming her daughter, and a closeted professional football star tries to prove his innocence when he becomes the prime suspect for the murder of his investment-banker lover.