Dissociative Identity Disorder

Dissociative Identity Disorder

In 2015, a case of a woman with Dissociative Identity Disorder came forward and it was found that some of her personalities were blind. When a blind personality was in control, even with her eyes open, EEG showed that brain activity associated with sight was absent. When a sighted personality assumed control, visual brain activity returned.

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