|psychiatry Nontechnical name: split personality a mental disorder in which an individual's personality appears to have become separated into two or more distinct personalities, each with its own complex organization|
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multiple personality n.
A dissociative disorder in which two or more distinct personalities exist in the same person, each of which prevails at a particular time. Also called split personality.