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The psychology of stalking : clinical and forensic perspectives

The psychology of stalking : clinical and forensic perspectives

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Meloy, J. Reid.
Title Statement
The psychology of stalking : clinical and forensic perspectives / edited by J. Reid Meloy.
Publication, Distribution, etc
San Diego :   Academic Press,   c1998.  
Physical Medium
xviii, 327 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0124905609
Content Notes
The psychology of stalking / J. Reid Meloy -- The legal perspective on stalking / Rhonda Saunders -- Developmental and social antecedents of stalking / Kristine K. Kienlen -- Psychiatric diagnosis and the offender-victim typology of stalking / Michael A. Zona, Russell E. Palarea and John C. Lane, Jr. -- The archetypes and psychodynamics of stalking / Glen Skoler -- The victims of stalking / Doris M. Hall -- Stalking and domestic violence / Lenore E. Walker and J. Reid Meloy -- The stalking of clinicians by their patients / John R. Lion and Jeremy A. Herschler -- Preventing attacks on public officials and public figures : a Secret Service perspective / Robert A. Fein and Bryan Vossekuil -- De Cl?rambault on-line : a survey of erotomania and stalking from the Old World to the World Wide Web / Robert Lloyd-Goldstein -- Cultural factors in erotomania and obsessional following / Judith Meyers -- False victimization syndromes in stalking / Kris Mohandie, Chris Hatcher and Douglas Raymond -- Stalking, erotomania, and the Tarasoff cases / Glenn S. Lipson and Mark J. Mills -- Applying functional analysis to stalking behavior / Darrah Westrup -- Threat management of stalking cases / Stephen G. White and James S. Cawood.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Stalking -- Psychological aspects. Erotomania -- Psychological aspects. Forensic psychiatry. Stalking victims. Crime Victims -- psychology. Social Behavior Disorders -- psychology. Antisocial Personality Disorder -- psychology. Forensic Psychiatry. Sexual Harassment.
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300 ▼a xviii, 327 p. : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 24 cm.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 ▼a The psychology of stalking / J. Reid Meloy -- The legal perspective on stalking / Rhonda Saunders -- Developmental and social antecedents of stalking / Kristine K. Kienlen -- Psychiatric diagnosis and the offender-victim typology of stalking / Michael A. Zona, Russell E. Palarea and John C. Lane, Jr. -- The archetypes and psychodynamics of stalking / Glen Skoler -- The victims of stalking / Doris M. Hall -- Stalking and domestic violence / Lenore E. Walker and J. Reid Meloy -- The stalking of clinicians by their patients / John R. Lion and Jeremy A. Herschler -- Preventing attacks on public officials and public figures : a Secret Service perspective / Robert A. Fein and Bryan Vossekuil -- De Cl?rambault on-line : a survey of erotomania and stalking from the Old World to the World Wide Web / Robert Lloyd-Goldstein -- Cultural factors in erotomania and obsessional following / Judith Meyers -- False victimization syndromes in stalking / Kris Mohandie, Chris Hatcher and Douglas Raymond -- Stalking, erotomania, and the Tarasoff cases / Glenn S. Lipson and Mark J. Mills -- Applying functional analysis to stalking behavior / Darrah Westrup -- Threat management of stalking cases / Stephen G. White and James S. Cawood.
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650 0 ▼a Erotomania ▼x Psychological aspects.
650 0 ▼a Forensic psychiatry.
650 0 ▼a Stalking victims.
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650 1 2 ▼a Social Behavior Disorders ▼x psychology.
650 2 2 ▼a Antisocial Personality Disorder ▼x psychology.
650 2 2 ▼a Forensic Psychiatry.
650 2 2 ▼a Sexual Harassment.
700 1 ▼a Meloy, J. Reid.

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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS

Contributors = xvii

Preface = xix

CHAPTER 1

The Psychology of Stalking / J. Reid Meloy

 Definitions = 2

 Incidence and Prevalence of Stalking = 3

 This Book = 3

 Current Findings = 4

 New and Controversial Areas = 7

  Threats = 7

  Cyberstalking = 10

  In Defense of Obsessional Thinking = 13

  The Nature of Stalking Violence = 14

  Psychodynamics and Attachment Pathology = 18

 Final Thoughts = 21

 References = 21

CHAPTER 2

The Legal Perspective on Stalking / Rhonda Saunders

 Evolution of the First Stalking Law = 28

 California's Current Stalking Law = 31

  Probation and Parole = 34

  Associated Stalking Statutes = 35

 The Federal Stalking Law = 35

 The Crime of Terrorist Threats = 36

 The Madonna Stalking Case = 37

  The Media and the Jury = 39

  Conviction and Sentencing = 41

 Conclusion = 42

 Appendix : Recent California Case Law = 43

  Stalking Cases = 43

  Terrorist Threat Cases = 45

 References = 48

CHAPTER 3

Developmental and Social Antecedents of Stalking / Kristine K. Kienlen

 Attachment Theory = 52

 Object Relations Theory = 54

 Stalking and Attachment = 56

  Early Attachment Disruption ­ A Predisposing Factor of Stalking = 57

  Adult Recent Loss ­ A Precipitating Factor of Stalking = 58

  Preoccupied Attachment = 58

  Fearful Attachment = 60

  Dismissing Attachment = 61

  Attachment and Psychopathology = 63

 Psychiatric Features of Stalkers = 64

 Summary = 65

 References = 65

CHAPTER 4

Psychiatric Diagnosis and the Offender­Victim Typology of Stalking / Michael A. Zona ; Russell E. Palarea ; John C. Lane, Jr.

 Psychiatric Diagnosis of Stalkers = 70

 The Threat Management Unit = 75

 Stalker­Victim Types = 76

  Simple Obsessional = 76

  Love Obsessional = 77

  Erotomanic = 78

  False Victimization Syndrome = 79

 Review of the Stalking Research = 79

 Current Findings = 81

 References = 83

CHAPTER 5

The Archetypes and the Psychodynamics of Stalking / Glen Skoler

 Was Shakespeare a Stalker? : A Modern Psychodynamic Interpretation of the Dark Lady Sonnets = 88

  Histrionic Psychodynamics : Sexual Triangles, Jealousy, Competition, Masochism, Inadequacy, and Inhibition = 89

  Borderline Psychodynamics : Psychological Splitting, Primitive Idealization and Devaluation, and Projective Identification = 91

  Narcissistic Psychodynamics : Self­Object Confusion, Dependency, and Distortions = 92

  Antisocial and Delusional Psychodynamics : Threats and Predation to Control the Love Object as a Defense against Psychological Decompensation = 93

  Separation / Individuation : Letting Go = 94

 Psychodiagnoses and Psychodynamics of Stalking = 95

  Histrionic Personality Features = 98

  Borderline Personality Features = 101

  Antisocial Personality Features = 102

  Narcissistic Personality Features = 104

  Delusional Personality Features = 109

 Stalking as a "Modern Archetype" of "Violent Attachment" = 109

 References = 111

CHAPTER 6

The Victims of Stalking / Doris M. Hall

Methodology = 115

 Limitations of tlie Study = 116

Results = 117

 Men as Victims = 119

 Women as Victims = 120

 Duration = 120

 Perceived Motivations of Stalkers = 121

 Past and Current Stalking = 123

 Demographics of Stalking Victims = 124

 Stalker Demographics = 127

 Stalking Behaviors = 131

 Effects on the Victim = 133

Conclusions = 135

References = 136

CHAPTER 7

Stalking and Domestic Violence / Lenore E. Walker ; J. Reid Meloy

 Homicide Studies = 140

 Stalking in Battering Relationships = 142

 Identifying Women at High Risk = 143

 Reducing Risk for Battered Women = 145

 Batterer Typologies = 147

 Identifying Dangerous Domestic Violence Stalkers = 148

 The JurisMonitor Project = 153

 Psychological Techniques of Battering = 154

 Conclusions = 158

 References = 159

CHAPTER 8

The Stalking of Clinicians by Their Patients / John R. Lion ; jeremy A. Herschifr

 Case Example 1 = 165

 Case Example 2 = 166

 Case Example 3 = 167

 Case Example 4 = 168

 Case Example 5 = 168

 Case Example 6 = 169

 Case Example 7 = 170

 Case Example 8 = 170

 Case Example 9 = 171

 Summary = 172

 References = 173

CHAPTER 9

Preventing Attacks on Public Officials and Public Figures : A Secret Service Perspective / Robert A. Fein ; Bryan Vossekuil

 The Secret Service Exceptional Case Study Project = 176

  Purposes = 176

  Population = 177

  Data Collection = 179

 ECSP Findings = 181

  Myths about Assassins = 181

  Key Observations on Assassins = 184

  Two Case Studies = 186

 Summary and Conclusions = 189

 References = 191

CHAPTER 10

De Clerambault On ­ Line : A Survey of Erotomania and Stalking from the Old World to the World Wide Web / Robert Lloyd­Goldstein

 Nomenclature and Diagnosis = 195

  Primary Erotomania = 195

  Secondary Erotomania = 197

  Other Variants of Erotomania = 197

 Demographics, Dangerousness, and Dynamics = 199

  Demographics = 199

  Dangerousness = 201

  Dynamics = 204

 Stalking = 205

  Case 1 = 207

  Case 2 = 207

  Case 3 = 207

  Management = 208

 Erotomania in Cyberspace = 209

  Case 1 = 209

  Case 2 = 210

 Conclusions and Summary = 210

 References = 211

CHAPTER 11

Cultural Factors in Erotomania and Obsessional Following / Judith Meyers

 Theoretical Framework = 214

 Social Isolation = 214

 Reality Testing = 215

 Loss, Mourning, and Identity = 215

  Case 1 = 216

 Evaluating Culture Shock and Acculturation Stress = 217

  Case 2 = 218

 Treatment Considerations = 221

 Summary = 222

 References = 223

CHAPTER 12

False Victimization Syndromes in Stalking / Kris Mohandie ; Chris Hatcher ; Douglas Raymond

 Review of the Literature = 227

  FVS Physical Symptoms without a Known Physical Cause = 230

  False Crime Reports ­ General Discussion = 232

 False Victimization Types Most Likely Encountered by Law Enforcement = 241

  Case 1 : FVS Type 2b, Known Perpetrator = 241

  Case 2 : FVS Type 3b, Unknown Perpetrator = 243

  Case 3 : FVS Type 3b, Unknown Perpetrator = 245

  FVS Known and Unknown Perpetrator Types ­ Case Discussion = 247

 False Victimization Syndrome Descriptors = 249

  Initial Attributions = 249

  Victim Presentation = 249

  Enlistment of Others = 250

  Psychological Data = 250

  Historical Clues = 251

  Suspect Problems = 251

  Motives = 251

  Reporting Rhythm = 252

  Forensic­Medical = 252

  Situational Stressors = 253

  Family Dynamics = 253

  Intuition = 253

 Intervention Suggestions = 253

 Suggestions for Further Research and Investigation = 254

 References = 255

CHAPTER 13

Stalking, Erotomania, and the Tarasoff Cases / Glenn S. Lipson ; Mark J. Mills

 Case History = 258

  Criminal Proceedings = 268

  Civil Proceedings = 268

 Assessment of Dangerousness in a Tarasoff Situation = 269

 Summary = 270

 References = 271

CHAPTER 14

Applying Functional Analysis to Stalking Behavior / Darrah Westrup

 Definition of Stalking = 275

 Research Commentary = 277

 Functional Analysis = 280

  Principles of Functional Analysis = 281

  Conducting a Functional Analysis = 283

  Applying Functional Analysis to Stalking Behavior = 284

  Functional Analysis of Other Stalking Behaviors of Interest = 288

 Conclusions = 292

 References = 293

CHAPTER 15

Threat Management of Stalking Cases / Stephen G. White ; James S. Cawood

 Case Study = 298

  Engagement and Intake = 299

  Victim Interviews = 301

  Assessment of Subject Communications : The Tapes = 303

  Background Investigation = 304

  Case and Risk Formulation = 305

  Intervention Strategy = 307

  Disposition of Subject = 309

  Decisions about Recommending Further Involvement or Interventions = 310

 Responding to the Most Serious Cases = 311

 Summary = 311

 Appendix = 312

  Sample Listing of Investigative Resources for an In­Depth Background Assessment Investigation = 312

 References = 314

 Index = 317



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