Dissociative amnesia is defined as the loss of memory for important facts about a person's own life and personal identity, often including the awareness of this memory loss . It is the loss of memory that is partial or complete for important information related to personal identity; the inability to recall personal information which is often of a stressful or traumatic nature.
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dissociative amnesia refers to Dissociative disorder featuring the inability to recall personal information; usually of a stressful or traumatic nature.
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