Demonstrate understanding of the emerging issue and relevant research findings

One of the most controversial psychological disorders is Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), formerly known as Multiple Personality Disorder. While many healthcare professionals believe it to be a real psychological disorder, other healthcare professionals believe that it does not exist and should be removed from the DSM-5. There are many arguments both for and against the existence of DID. After conducting research on the validity of DID, write a paper debating if you believe that DID is a real psychological disorder or not. Please be sure to include at least one peer reviewed journal article supporting your position.
Your goals in the debate will be to:

Demonstrate understanding of the emerging issue and relevant research findings
Display critical thinking skills, while demonstrating an understanding of the emerging issue that enables you to present your side in a rational manner.
Identify at least two critical dilemmas and/or points related to the issue (e.g., ethics, socio-cultural norms)
Defend your position with compelling arguments and predictions for future trends
Select and apply relevant theoretical discussion, empirical data, and practical evidence from professional, scholarly journals.
Structure your paper utilizing APA style (7th Edition); this includes title page, headings, in-text citations, reference page, and general paper format (1-inch margins, double-spaced, appropriately sized sans serif or serif fonts – e.g., 12 Times Roman). An abstract is not required.


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