Study of stalkers.

@article{Mullen1999StudyOS,
  title={Study of stalkers.},
  author={Paul E. Mullen and Michele Path{\'e} and Rosemary Purcell and Geoffrey W Stuart},
  journal={The American journal of psychiatry},
  year={1999},
  volume={156 8},
  pages={1244-9}
}
OBJECTIVE This clinical study ws devised to elucidate the behaviors, motivations, and psychopathology of stalkers. METHOD It concerned 145 stalkers referred to a forensic psychiatry center for treatment. RESULTS Most of the stalkers were men (79%, N = 114), and many were unemployed (39%, N = 56); 52% (N = 75) had never had an intimate relationship. Victims included ex-partners (30%, N = 44), professional (23%, N = 34) or work (11%, N = 16) contacts, and strangers (14%, N = 20). Five types… CONTINUE READING
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