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People who often have had a traumatic experience often have some degree of dissocation during the event itself or in the subsequent time periods. For example, the event may seem 'unreal' or they may feel detached from what's happening around them as if they were watching the events on televsion. Usually, dissociation resolves on its on without the need for treatment.
Always seek professional help if you are concerned that you or a loved one may have a dissociative disorder. These are often controversial and complex problems that need specific diagnoisis, treatment and support.
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Goldberg, L. R. (1999). The Curious Experiences Survey, a revised version of the Dissociative Experiences Scale: Factor structure, reliability, and relations to demographic and personality variables. Psychological Assessment, 11, 134-145.