Dissociation, coping and control: A cognitive model of dissociation in non-clinical populations.

Francesca Collins
In this thesis, the author proposes a novel model of dissociation as experienced by members of non-clinical adult populations. This cognitive model is derived from the conceptual, aetiological and phenomenological relationships between dissociation, External locus of control orientation and the use of emotion-focused coping strategies. Dissociation refers to the process whereby the usually integrated functions of consciousness, memory, identity or perception of the environment are disrupted. Emotion-focused coping strategies refer to thoughts and behaviours that...
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