A-Z List

Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)

Journal Articles


Descriptive Information


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


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.



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

Murderers with DID


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


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


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


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