Stalkers and Their Victims.

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Abstract

This volume (see record 2000-00242-000), written by two Australian forensic psychiatrists and a psychologist, synthesizes research and clinical accounts and legal and psychiatric perspectives on a problem for mental health professionals that has become a major social issue. It can serve as a textbook in the field and a guide to practitioners. It covers the dimensions of the field: classification and epidemiology of stalking, the impact on victims and how to reduce it, stalking of different categories of people, its association with a variety of assaults, antistalking laws, advice for victims of stalking, and assessing and treating the stalker. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved)

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  • *Forensic Psychiatry
  • *Legal Processes
  • *Perpetrators
  • *Stalking
  • Victimization

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