People characterized as stalkers may be accused of having a mistaken belief that
another person loves them ...
Stalking Behaviors, Definitions, Resources, and Links. Purpose: Information will
be provided in order to educate the general public as well as offer researchers ...
Stalking Behaviors: This type of stalker is often the most persistent and intrusive
type of stalker and is more likely to employ intimidation and assault in pursuit of ...
Stalking is a repetitive pattern of unwanted, harassing or threatening behavior
committed by one person against another. Acts include: telephone harassment, ...
You are not to blame for a stalker's behavior. Stalking Victimization. 7.5 million
people are stalked in one year in the United States. Over 85% of stalking victims
A stalker might engage in only one form of stalking behavior while another might
engage in a wide variety of different and ...
While many stalkers do not suffer from a mental illness, mental disorders are not
uncommon among stalkers whose ... Law and Human Behavior, 33, 149-158.
Stalkers are lonely and lack self-esteem, yet they feel very, very important.
WebMD brings you inside the mind of stalkers.
Aug 25, 1998 ... ''The Psychology of Stalking,'' includes articles by 23 experts summarizing what
they have learned about this noxious behavior, its underlying ...
It is clear that although stalking cases often look similar on the surface and
involve the same kinds of behaviours, the reasons that people engage in stalking