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(p. 435) From Violent Words to Violent Deeds: Assessing Risk From FBI Threatening Communication Cases 

(p. 435) From Violent Words to Violent Deeds: Assessing Risk From FBI Threatening Communication Cases
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(p. 435) From Violent Words to Violent Deeds: Assessing Risk From FBI Threatening Communication Cases
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Sharon S. Smith

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10.1093/med:psych/9780195326383.003.0020
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date: 10 December 2018

This chapter discusses risk assessment from FBI threatening communication cases, including materials, procedure, statistics, and results (case outcomes, threateners, targets, language use, threatener and target variables, communication variables, conceptual complexity, ambivalent hostility, and predatory violence).

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