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Synonyms for dissociation

Synonyms for dissociation

the act of removing from association

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a state in which some integrated part of a person's life becomes separated from the rest of the personality and functions independently

(chemistry) the temporary or reversible process in which a molecule or ion is broken down into smaller molecules or ions

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A partir d'une recherche sur Pubmed/Ovid avec les mots cles dissociation et trouble de personnalite limite et d'autres references, l'auteure decrit le phenomene dissociatif dans ses aspects cliniques chez les sujets atteints du trouble de personnalite limite (TPL).
Understanding dissociation in patients with borderline personality disorder
The Dissociations of Everyday Life, Journal of Trauma & Dissociation, 5, 1-11.
It was in this context that the concept of dissociation as a mental phenomenon emerged (Haule, 1984).
The resurgence of attention to the implicit aspects of memory had, as an initial driving force, an influx of studies which revealed dissociations between the results obtained with direct and indirect memory tests (1).
Other studies have shown that similar dissociations could be obtained in populations without brain lesions (Jacoby & Dallas, 1981; Jacoby, 1983).
Dissociation allows us to see how images and words both contribute to a visual argument, yet it preserves the differences between the two media.
She wondered why so little attention had been paid to dissociation in the intervening years, for she considered it the most original part of The New Rhetoric (p.
Dissociations of the night: Individual differences in sleep-related experiences and their relation to dissociation and schizotypy.
The situation is made even worse when we consider, as I noted earlier, that in hypnosis research the responses to many of these psychological questionnaires, such as those of absorption and dissociation, have been shown to be influenced by the context in which they are given.
To check for erroneous products, a dissociation step must be run after the amplification has completed.
note, there is evidence for at least 20 different cortical areas concerned with visual processing, many with contrasting functional specializations, and this expands the potential combinations of functional dissociations.
These reactions are dissociations and somewhat reversible.
Indeed, definitional problems--and the dissociations that often result--have social consequences because they do epistemic work, authorizing worldviews and legitimizing beliefs and behaviors (Ritivoi, 2008, p.
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