Friday, June 13, 2008

From the cheap jokes file

From Dr. Deb's post about Dissociative Identity Disorder (commonly called Multiple Personality Disorder):

There are no precise numbers on how many people experience [Dissociative Identity Disorder]. Many who have the disorder don't seek treatment for fear that they will not be believed. But Stanford University psychiatrist Dr. David Spiegel - who has been studying this disorder for over three decades - estimates that DID affects about 1 percent of the population.

It all depends on how many times you count each case.


1 comment:

  1. I dunno. One percent seems kind of high. No it doesn't. Yes it does. No it doesn't. Yes it does.


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