Alfonso Martinez-Taboas Richard Camino-Gaztambide Arnaldo Cruz-Igartúa Maragarita Francia-Martinez Enrique Gelpi-Merheb José R. Rodriguez-Cay

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During the last eight years a number of Puerto Rican psychologists and psychiatrists have been accumulating extensive clinical experience with patients with multiple personality disorder (MPD). In this article we compare some of our most significant findings with the ones reported in North America and Europe. Although our social milieu is quite different, in terms of value, language and national heritage, we still obtain a clinical configuration that is similar, though no ti identical, to the one informed elsewhere. Lastly, we emphasize that our clinical research and experience is at variance with the view that all MPD cases can be explained by iatrogenesis, misdiagnosis and other diagnostic artifacts.

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What a group of clinicians have learned about multiple personality disorder in Puerto Rico. (2016). Revista Puertorriqueña De Psicologia, 10(1), 197-213. https://www.repsasppr.net/index.php/reps/article/view/93
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What a group of clinicians have learned about multiple personality disorder in Puerto Rico. (2016). Revista Puertorriqueña De Psicologia, 10(1), 197-213. https://www.repsasppr.net/index.php/reps/article/view/93