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(p. 55) The Role of Psychotic Illnesses in Attacks on Public Figures 

(p. 55) The Role of Psychotic Illnesses in Attacks on Public Figures
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(p. 55) The Role of Psychotic Illnesses in Attacks on Public Figures
Author(s):

Paul E. Mullen

, David V. James

, J. Reid Meloy

, Michele T. Pathé

, Frank R. Farnham

, Lulu Preston

, and Brian Darnley

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195326383.003.0003
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date: 16 August 2018

This chapter discusses the role of psychotic illnesses in attacks on public figures, including research into the individuals who committed attacks on the British Royal Family, attacks on presidents and other public figures in the United States, and attacks on Western European politicians.

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