The Psychology of Stalking: Clinical and Forensic Perspectives
The Psychology of Stalking is the first scholarly book on stalking ever published. Virtually every serious writer and researcher in this area of criminal psychopathology has contributed a chapter. These chapters explore stalking from social, psychiatric, psychological and behavioral perspectives. New thinking and data are presented on threats, pursuit characteristics, psychiatric diagnoses, offender-victim typologies, cyberstalking, false victimization syndrome, erotomania, stalking and domestic violence, the stalking of public figures, and many other aspects of stalking, as well as legal issues. This landmark text is of interest to both professionals and other thoughtful individuals who recognize the serious nature of this ominous social behavior.
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Chapter 5 The Archetypes and the Psychodynamics o f Stalking
Chapter 6 The Victims o f Stalking
Chapter 7 Stalking and Domestic Violence
Chapter 8 The Stalking o f Clinicians by Their Patients
A Secret Service Perspective
A Survey o f Erotomania and Stalking from the Old World to the World Wide Web
Chapter 11 Cultural Factors in Erotomania and Obsessional Following
Chapter 12 False Victimization Syndromes in Stalking
Chapter 13 Stalking Erotomania and the Tarasoff Cases
Chapter 14 Applying Functional Analysis to Stalking Behavior
Chapter 15 Threat Management of Stalking Cases
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269 ページ - When a therapist determines, or pursuant to the standards of his profession should determine, that his patient presents a serious danger of violence to another, he incurs an obligation to use reasonable care to protect the intended victim against such danger.
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