Rochester Institute of Technology Multiple Personality Disorder, or MPD, is one of the most talked about and publicized disorders known and is the center of much debate and criticism. What is currently known about MPD has become common place over the past 20 years. The past two decades have shown an increase in the number of cases of MPD but there are many professionals that are skeptical about whether it even exists. It was found that the longer a clinician has been out of school, the more skeptical of MPD they become.
Families were randomly assigned to one of three groups: From toMTO families were interviewed for the year evaluation of the program. The evaluation focuses on the long term effects of MTO on adults and children, how these effects evolved over time, and the mechanisms through which these effects occur.
Analysis of the MTO data is ongoing.
Data from the year follow up summarized in a HUD technical report showed that random assignment to the two MTO groups offered the chance to move with housing vouchers succeeded in helping families live in lower-poverty, safer neighborhoods, with some modest declines in neighborhood racial segregation as well.
Some of the key findings in the year MTO data for adults are as follows: Adults offered housing vouchers also report fewer physical limitations, but self-reported health status and rates of hypertension and health-related risk behaviors are similar across groups.
Key findings to date for youth include: Females in the low-poverty voucher group had lower prevalence of psychological distress, mood disorders, panic attacks, and oppositional defiant disorder and fewer serious emotional or behavioral difficulties.
These findings generally echo those derived from the earlier MTO interim study, which followed families up years after random assignment. One important difference is that the interim data, unlike the long-term data showed large declines in violent-crime arrest for both male and female youth as reported in a article in the Quarterly Journal of Economics.
The interim data also found pronounced gender differences in how MTO moves affected youth, with female youth generally benefiting while such moves generally had adverse effects on other risky behaviors for male youth aside from serious violence as reported in a article in Econometrica.
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