D. Bourget

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In an eight-year review (1991 to 1998) of all consecutive coroners' files in Québec, Canada, the authors identified a total of 34 cases of victims who were killed by their mothers. Most victims were(More)
In this retrospective study, relevant demographic, social, and clinical variables were examined in 77 cases of paternal filicide. Between 1991 and 2001, all consecutive coroners' files on domestic(More)
Amnesia for serious offenses has important legal implications, particularly regarding its relevance in the contexts of competency to stand trial and criminal responsibility. Forensic psychiatrists(More)
This paper describes a series of 13 cases of parents who have killed their children. A review of the literature suggests that child murder is infrequent and committed in most instances by the(More)