Mirror Writing and a Dissociative Identity Disorder

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Le, Catherine; Smith, Joyce; Cohen, Lewis;

Individuals with dissociative identity disorder (DID) have been known to show varied skills and talents as they change from one dissociative state to another. For example, case reports have described people who have changed their handedness or have spoken foreign langua... View more
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