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Multiple personality disorder (MPD) is a chronic (recurring frequently) emotional illness.A person with MPD plays host to two or more personalities (called alters).One of the most baffling mysteries of MPD is how alters can sometimes show very different biological characteristics from the host and from each other.Several personalities sharing one body may have different heart rates, blood pressures, body temperatures, pain tolerances, and eyesight abilities.In a few instances, the host personality may remember confusing bits and pieces of the past.In some cases alters are aware of each other, while in others they are not.MPD occurs about eight times more frequently in women than in men.Some researchers believe that because men with MPD tend to act more violently than women, they are jailed rather than hospitalized and, thus, never diagnosed.
Sometimes alters are not human, but are animals or imaginary creatures.
However, if the abuse is repeatedly extreme and the child does not have enough time to recover emotionally, the disassociated thoughts and feelings may begin to take on lives of their own.
Each cluster of thoughts tends to have a common emotional theme such as anger, sadness, or fear.
The process by which one of these personalities reveals itself and controls behavior is called switching.
Most of the time the change is sudden and takes only seconds. Switching is often triggered by something that happens in the patient's environment, but personalities can also come out under hypnosis (a trancelike state in which a person becomes very responsive to suggestions of others).