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Multiple Identities & False Memories: A Sociocognitve Perspective / Nicholas P. Spanos

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In Multiple Identities and False Memories, a book written shortly before his death, Spanos, one of the world's leading experts in the study of hypnosis, delivers a blistering rebuttal to the long-held assumptions about multiple personality disorder, or MPD (now classified as dissociative identity disorder [DID]).

Written in the forceful, unapologetic style that was Spanos' trademark, and bolstered by a thorough examination of the relevant science, this book argues that MPD is not a legitimate psychiatic disorder but a cultureal construct, one with roots in earlier beliefs about demonic possession and upheld today by misguided psychotherapists and their patients.

Multiple Identities is a vidid, scholarly statement on a subject that fascinates psychology professionals, sociologists, cultural critics, and lay readers alike.

Published by the American Psychological Association, 2001 (second printing). Very good condition: clean, tight and unmarked.

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Condition:
Used: very good
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Paperback
ISBN-10:
1557988935
ISBN-13:
9781557988935
Number of pages:
371
Publisher:
American Psychological Association

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In Multiple Identities and False Memories, a book written shortly before his death, Spanos, one of the world's leading experts in the study of hypnosis, delivers a blistering rebuttal to the long-held assumptions about multiple personality disorder, or MPD (now classified as dissociative identity disorder [DID]).

Written in the forceful, unapologetic style that was Spanos' trademark, and bolstered by a thorough examination of the relevant science, this book argues that MPD is not a legitimate psychiatic disorder but a cultureal construct, one with roots in earlier beliefs about demonic possession and upheld today by misguided psychotherapists and their patients.

Multiple Identities is a vidid, scholarly statement on a subject that fascinates psychology professionals, sociologists, cultural critics, and lay readers alike.

Published by the American Psychological Association, 2001 (second printing). Very good condition: clean, tight and unmarked.

Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1557988935
ISBN-13:
9781557988935
Number of pages:
371
Publisher:
American Psychological Association

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