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Improving the clinical understanding and measurement of dissociation

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'Dissociation' describes a range of anomalous perceptual, cognitive and affective experiences that occur transdiagnostically. Examples include mental blanks, and feeling 'unreal'. Whilst its ubiquity is becoming accepted by clinicians, there is currently little understanding of the mechanistic role played by dissociation in clinically important presentations. The present thesis addresses this gap in two ways: by establishing the role dissociation plays in a key clinical presentation (yo...

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MSD
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Oxford Institute of Clinical Psychology Training
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Type of award:
D.Clin.Psych.
Level of award:
Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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2017-10-01

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