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Mini Lecture: The Psychology of Stalking Behaviour

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Stalking and pathological predatory behaviour is something that has only recently been taken seriously by police and law enforcement. It is understood that stalking behaviours are on the rise and the impact this has on victims can be huge and deeply damaging, with victims being made sick, losing their jobs and their family-life being destroyed. In some cases, victims have been murdered by their stalker. This talk will look at the different types of stalking and stalker pathologies and how it can be prevented, focusing on some well-known stalking cases.
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