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by Anne P. Deprince,Lisa Demarni Cromer


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Lisa DeMarni Cromer, PhD Courtney Stevens, MS Anne P. DePrince . Anne P. DePrince is affiliated with the University of Denver. 136 Exploring Dissociation: Definitions, Development and Cognitive Correlates. DePrince, PhD Katherine Pears, PhD. SUMMARY. Katherine Pears is affiliated with the Oregon Social Learning Center. literature, higher levels of childhood dissociation were associated with deficits in tasks requiring inhibition, but not with tasks requiring primar-ily planning, strategy, or multiple rule sets.

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Exploring Dissociation organizes existing theories into a single source and adds new perspectives and theories to explore three central issues of the field: definition, development in both function and etiology, and identifying cognitive correlates.

Introduction: Exploring Dissociation: Setting the Course (Anne P. DePrince and Lisa DeMarni Cromer). Development of Dissociation: Examining the Relationship Between Parenting, Maternal Trauma and Child Dissociation (Ann Chu and Anne P. DePrince). Different Types of Dissociation Have Different Psychological Mechanisms (Richard J. Brown). The Dissociative Processing Style: A Cognitive Organization Activated by Perceived or Actual Threat in Clinical Dissociators (Martin J. Dorahy). Investigating Peri-Traumatic Dissociation Using Hypnosis During a Traumatic Film (Emily A. Holmes, David A. Oakley, Ailsa D. P. Stuart, and Chris R. Brewin).

Anne P. Deprince, Lisa Demarni Cromer. CRC Press Published December 18, 2006 Reference ISBN 9780789033277 - CAT HW15105. Introduction: Exploring Dissociation: Setting the Course (Anne P.

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Article in Journal of Trauma & Dissociation February 2006 . DOI: 1. 300/J229v07n04 04 Source: PubMed. Co-published simultaneously in Journal of Trauma & Dissociation (The Haworth Medical Press, an imprint of The Haworth Press, In. Vol. 7, No. 4, 2006, pp. 55-73; and: Exploring Dissoci- ation: Definitions, Development and Cognitive Correlates (ed: Anne P. DePrince, and Lisa DeMarni Cromer) The Haworth Medical Press, an imprint of The Haworth Press, In. 2006, pp. 55-73.

Exploring Dissociation: Definitions, Development, and Cognitive Correlates. New York: Haworth Press. Published simultaneously as a Special Issue of the Journal of Trauma and Dissociation and as a Haworth book. Trauma and Cognitive Science: A Meeting of Minds, Science, and Human Experience. Published simultaneously as a Special Issue of the Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma and as a Haworth book.

A comprehensive, single-source guide to this growing fieldExploring Dissociation provides a comprehensive overview of the development of this rapidly growing field, using classic psychological theories of attachment, learning and memory, attention, and intergeneration transmission of trauma to map out future directions for assessment, treatment, and research. The book’s international contributors offer a mix of up-to-date research findings and innovative models, blending very different viewpoints in a multi-layered approach that helps define dissociation. The book examines the structure of dissociation, an attachment model of dissociation, parenting, executive functioning, peri-traumatic dissociation, and cultural perspectives. As dissociation gains greater attention in mainstream psychology and psychiatry, a variety of theories about its development have been advanced. Exploring Dissociation organizes existing theories into a single source and adds new perspectives and theories to explore three central issues of the field: definition, development in both function and etiology, and identifying cognitive correlates. The leadings experts in dissociation, cognition, development, and clinical science combine existing literature with advanced study, using previous research to further new viewpoints.Exploring Dissociation examines: a bipartite model of dissociation detachment and compartmentalization the function of dissociation developmental etiology etiological and intervention considerations parenting dissociation and trauma exposure dissociation’s early roots in hypnosis nonpathological dissociation cognitive strengths associated with dissociation dissociation’s relationship to inhibition and much moreExploring Dissociation is an important professional resource for trauma and dissociation clinicians, therapists, and researchers, and a vital classroom text for graduate students in both cognitive and clinical psychology.
Exploring Dissociation: Definitions, Development and Cognitive Correlates (Journal of Trauma  Dissociation) ebook
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Anne P. Deprince,Lisa Demarni Cromer
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