Useful books and articles on DID, dissociation and trauma

We’ve had a few requests for sources on dissociation, PTSD, DID, etc. Now bare with us, we are not very good at referancing lol, so hopefully got the format right 😛

Benjamin, L. R., & Benjamin, R. (1993). Interventions with children in dissociative families: A family treatment model. Dissociation

Braun, B. G. (1985). The transgenerational incidence of dissociation and multiple personality disorder: A preliminary report. In R. P. Kluft (Ed.), Childhood antecedents of multiple personality (pp. 127–150). Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press.

Coons, P. M. (1985). Children of parents with multiple personality disorder. In R. P. Kluft (Ed.), Childhood antecedents of multiple personality. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press

Dell, D. F., & Eisenhower, J. W. (1990). Adolescent multiple personality disorder: a preliminary study of eleven cases. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Kluft, R. P. (1986). Treating children who have multiple personality disorder. In B.G. Braun (Ed.), Treatment of multiple personality disorder. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press

McMahon, P. P., & Fagan, J. (1993). Play therapy with children with multiple personality disorder. In R. P. Kluft & C. G. Fine (Eds.), Clinical perspectives on multiple personality disorder (pp. 253–76). Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press

Waters, F. W. (1990). Profile of nine cases of childhood multiple personality disorder (Summary). Paper presented at Seventh International Conference on Multiple Personality/Dissociative States, Chicago, IL

Journal of Trauma & Dissociation

Lauren E. Duncan, Linda M. Williams. Gender role socialization and male-on-male vs. female-on-male child sexual abuse. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, November 01 1998. Page(s): 14

J. LeDoux. The Emotional Brain. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1996.

D. Laub & N. Auerhahn. Knowing and not knowing massive psychic trauma: forms of traumatic memory. International Journal of Psychoanalysis(1993) 74, 287-302.

L.Nadel & W. Jacobs. Traumatic memory is special. Current directions in psychological science (1998) 7(5), 154-157

M. Hunter. Abused boys: The neglected victims of sexual abuse. Americam journalof psychiatry (1993) 150, 1043-1047

Patterns if sexual abuse among men

Study of victims of male rape

Sidran Institute

Also the books that we review here are pretty good sources of information

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3 Responses to “Useful books and articles on DID, dissociation and trauma”

  1. sexualselfinjury Says:

    Thanks for the great info.

  2. more resources Says:

    http://childabusewiki.org/index.php?title=Dissociative_Identity_Disorder

    http://ritualabuse.us/research/did/

    Goettmann, B. A.; Greaves, B. G., Coons M. P. (1994). Multiple personality and dissociation, 1791‑1992: a complete bibliography. Lutherville, MD: The Sidran Press, 85. ISBN 0‑9629164‑5‑5. The bibliography is divided up into the following areas: Multiple personalities, Dissociation and Amnesia, Depersonalization and Derealization, Fugue States, and Medico-legal Aspects. Sidran Press. 2nd Edition. – University of Oregon Libraries – http://boundless.uoregon.edu/cgi‑bin/showfile.exe?CISOROOT=/diss&CISOPTR=38&filename=39.pdf

    Forensic Aspects of Dissociative Identity Disorder
    http://www.karnacbooks.com/product.php?PID=25876
    http://books.google.com/books?id=upHtL9lual0C&printsec=frontcover#PPP1,M1

    Trauma And Dissociation in a Cross-cultural Perspective: Not Just a North American Phenomenon (Hardcover) by Jr. George F. Rhoades (Editor), Vedat Sar (Editor) Routledge (2006) ISBN-13: 978-0789034076
    http://www.amazon.com/Trauma-Dissociation-Cross-cultural-Perspective-Phenomenon/dp/0789034077

  3. huskylover Says:

    Love browsing your page, always find out something interesting facts.
    Emily R. from Husky Guide


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