A-Z List


Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)

Journal Articles

 

Descriptive Information

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Herman, F. (1985). Music therapy for the young child with cerebral palsy who uses Blissymbolics. Music Therapy, 5, 28-36.



Birdenshaw-Fleming, L. (1993). Music for All. Toronto: Gordon V. Thompson.
UWEC Call #: ML3920.B52 1993




Effects of DID

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Treating the traumatic memories of patients with Dissociative Identity Disorder American Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 153, 103.



Ortiz, John. Necessary angels: music and healing in psychotherapy, Journal of Humanistic Psychology, Vol. 38, 101



Music is good medicine: whether you’ve had heart surgery or a bad day at the office, some soothing sounds may help, Newsweek, Vol. 132, 103



Goldman, Jonathan. The sounds of healing: every culture in the world has used sound and music to heal; finally, we’re catching up, Vegetarian Times, 68.



Follow-Up

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Ellason, Joan. Two-year follow-up of inpatients with Dissociative Identity Disorder, American Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 154, 832.



Murderers with DID

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Lewis, Otnow. Objective documentation of child abuse and dissociation in 12 murderers with Dissociative Identity Disorder, American Journal of Psychiatry ,Vol. 154, 1703



Music Therapy Programming

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Saroyan, John S. The use of music therapy on an adolescent psychiatric unit. Journal of Group Psychotherapy, Psychodrama & Sociometry. Fall90, Vol. 43 (3) 139.



Music Therapy Research

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Hayes, Patricia. Music therapy: Its effects on mental health and Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), dinner music for demented patients: Analysis of video-recorded observations, Clinical Nursing Research, Vol.5, 262.



DID in Turkey

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Largic, Li. Structured interview data on 35 cases of Dissociative Identity Disorder in Turkey, American Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 153, 1329.