The Fraught History of Dissociative Identity Disorder

The condition formerly known as “multiple personality disorder” is now called Dissociative Identity Disorder, or DID. It affects an estimated .01 to 1 percent of the general population, but it’s a condition that many researchers still disagree on. As TONIC's Shayla Love explains in her recent article, the condition's history is fraught with tales of false memories and Satanic cults. Only three paragraphs into WebMD’s page on DID, a subheading asks: “Is Dissociative Identity...

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