Persistence in stalking : a comparison of associations in general forensic and public figure samples

@inproceedings{James2009PersistenceIS,
  title={Persistence in stalking : a comparison of associations in general forensic and public figure samples},
  author={David V. James and Troy E. McEwan and Rachel D. MacKenzie and J. Reid Meloy and Paul E. Mullen and Michele and T. Path{\'e} and Frank R. Farnham and Lulu F. Preston and Brian J. Darnley},
  year={2009}
}
Persistence in stalking: a comparison of associations in general forensic and public figure samples David V. James a; Troy E. McEwan b; Rachel D. MacKenzie c; J. Reid Meloy d; Paul E. Mullen c; Michele T. Pathé e; Frank R. Farnham a; Lulu F. Preston a; Brian J. Darnley a a North London Forensic Service, London, UK b Centre for Forensic Behavioural Science, Monash University, Victoria, Australia c Victorian Institute of Forensic Mental Health, Melbourne, Australia d University of California, San… CONTINUE READING

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