Definition of 'dissociation'
Example sentences containing 'dissociation'
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But to insert permanently, it causes dissociation of the personality, leading in many cases to psychiatric illness. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE (2002)A serious dissociation... You might even be talking of multiple personality. COMPULSION (2002)On balance, he felt that hysterical dissociation states - if such was indeed Joanna's case - were really about deception and self-deception. COMPULSION (2002)
He lacked the fear of the infant, the squeamish dissociation which paralyses less manly men. THE BIRTHDAY OF THE WORLD (2002)
Synonyms of 'dissociation'
separation, break, division, distancing
Trends of 'dissociation'
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