This paper aims to know negative psychological outcomes after trauma resulting from the dissociation of the Iraqi population. Demographic information and data were collected from different hospitals in Iraq at a period of 8 months (2-4-2021 to 20-11-2021), where 90 patients were collected to know the psychological and neurological changes generated as a result of the trauma resulting from the dissociation of the Iraqi population. The design of this study was based on examining neuropsychiatric disorders on special scales to know the negative impact of Persistent Dissociation. The demographic data extracted on IBM SOFT SPSS 25 was analyzed. The results which found 90 patients collected distributed to (36 females – 54 males) with a mean + SD (30.2756+3.54855), Patients were also assessed on the PTSD scale, and the most severe post-traumatic assessment was found in patients with trauma type (Nonmotorized collision) at Mean±SD (27.2±7.5), The prevalence of depression was found in Motor vehicle collision patients at mean ±SD (23.5714±7.72424). We concluded that Dissociation related to the altered activity in certain areas of the brain and greatly affected the psychological and neurological state of patients.
Dissociation, collision, neurological, assessment, PTSD, BDI, BMI, psychological