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dissociative amnesia


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A dissociative disorder characterized by loss of memory, usually for important recent events associated with serious problems, stress (1), or unexpected bereavement. It is not diagnosed if it is attributable to ordinary forgetfulness, fatigue, drugs, or a general medical condition. See also amnesia, dissociation.

Subjects: Psychology.


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