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:"Many features of dissociative identity disorder can be influenced by the individual's cultural background."
 
:"Many features of dissociative identity disorder can be influenced by the individual's cultural background."
   
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The DID further discusses comorbidity, showing that depression, anxiety, substance abuse, self-injury and non-epileptic seizures all correlate with DID. It suggests that those with DID are often unaware, or conceal their symptoms at first. It says that disorienting flashbacks can occur. The DSM discusses the reporting of maltreatment and other trauma, but it's not part of the diagnostic criteria. The DSM lists higher than average hypnotizability and dissociativity, and transient psychotic events as also correlating with DID. Attempted suicide is ridiculously common, with 70% having attempted it.
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The DID further discusses comorbidity, suggesting depression, anxiety, substance abuse, self-injury and non-epileptic seizures are all possible signs of DID. It suggests that those with DID are often unaware, or conceal their symptoms at first. It says that disorienting flashbacks can occur. The DSM discusses the reporting of maltreatment and other trauma, but it's not part of the diagnostic criteria. The DSM lists higher than average hypnotizability and dissociativity, and transient psychotic events as further signs. Attempted suicide is ridiculously common, with 70% having attempted it.
   
 
Prevalence is estimated, roughly, at 1.5% of the population, based on the study of a U.S. town.
 
Prevalence is estimated, roughly, at 1.5% of the population, based on the study of a U.S. town.

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