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Many commentators, particularly those working in a psychi atric framework, interpret the near-death experience as a dissociative phenom enon. The present study sought to assess the hypothesis that near-death experiencers are characterized by a dissociative response style engendered by severely traumatic childhood experiences. A postal survey of 121 Australian university students failed to identify a dissociative response style in experi encers, but these people did evidence a distinctivedoi:10.17514/jnds-1993-12-2-p95-103. fatcat:mxrlngxjcbguvpd25oc5rfbbie