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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

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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 ...

Common Traits of Stalkers - ESIA

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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  ...

Stalking and Mental Illness | Stalking Risk Profile

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

Researchers Unravel The Motives Of Stalkers - The New York Times

www.nytimes.com/1998/08/25/science/researchers-unravel-the-motives-of-stalkers.html?pagewanted=all

Aug 25, 1998 ... STALKERS are wreaking havoc in the lives of millions of Americans. Every year, a recent national study by the Justice Department disclosed, ...

What makes someone become obsessed and become a stalker ...

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A stalker is someone who wants to be a part of your life. The following reasons are the most ... A person may also experience impaired reasoning which causes them to believe that they are privy to information about a person. Ironically, such a ...

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

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Generally, to be defined as stalking the behaviour must be unwanted and intrusive. ... make false accusations about them, and cause sexual or physical injury.

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

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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.

What causes someone to become a stalker? ‹ Japan Today: Japan ...

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Nov 11, 2012 ... I wonder what the percentage of stalkers with schizophrenia is. ... I actually think a lot of behaviors associated with stalking are preferred traits in ...

Stalking: a contemporary challenge for forensic and clinical psychiatry

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Forensic psychiatry has given scant attention to the phenomenon of stalking. .... into the private domain that causes the greatest distress to victims of stalking.

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Mind of a Stalker: Why Torment Someone? - WebMD

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

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

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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 ...

Stalking: Rejected, obsessed and mentally ill. How stalkers think ...

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May 1, 2015 ... A man has been jailed for the third time after stalking a former ... of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas ...