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Stalking - Wikipedia


Stalking is unwanted or obsessive attention by an individual or group towards another person. ... 1902 et seq, defined stalking as "engaging in a course of conduct directed at a specific person...

In the Mind of a Stalker | Psychology Today


Jun 22, 2013 ... Stephanie Rhys examines the psychology of stalking. ... directed at a specific person that would cause a reasonable person to feel fear. In 2006 ...

Mind of a Stalker: Why Torment Someone? - WebMD


Stalkers are lonely and lack self-esteem, yet they feel very, very important. WebMD brings you inside the mind of stalkers.

Common Traits of Stalkers - End Stalking in America


It is extremely important to be aware of the following traits of stalkers. These will alert you to the possibility that a potential suitor or even a friend or acquaintance  ...

Why Stalkers Stalk—and What to Do If You're a Victim


Apr 5, 2013 ... Repeated contacts rise to the level of stalking when they're designed to gain power over a person and cause emotional terror.

Stalking and Mental Illness | Stalking Risk Profile


While many stalkers do not suffer from a mental illness, mental disorders are not uncommon among stalkers whose behaviour attracts attention from criminal ...

The stalking cure: how to rehabilitate a stalker | Society | The Guardian


Feb 17, 2013 ... What causes someone to become a stalker? As Dr Farnham outlines, in a large number of cases there is a perception of rejection which results ...

Researchers Unravel The Motives Of Stalkers - The New York Times


Aug 25, 1998 ... The Psychology of Stalking: Clinical and Forensic Perspectives, new collection of essays by 23 experts, summarizes what is known about this ...

Stalking: why do people do it? - NCBI - National Institutes of Health


Jun 3, 2000 ... Generally, to be defined as stalking the behaviour must be ... property, make false accusations about them, and cause sexual or physical injury.