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(p. 165) Contributions From Attachment Theory and Psychoanalysis to Advance Understanding of Public Figure Stalking and Attacking 

(p. 165) Contributions From Attachment Theory and Psychoanalysis to Advance Understanding of Public Figure Stalking and Attacking
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(p. 165) Contributions From Attachment Theory and Psychoanalysis to Advance Understanding of Public Figure Stalking and Attacking
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Jens Hoffmann

and J. Reid Meloy

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195326383.003.0008
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date: 23 February 2018

This chapter explores contributions from attachment theory and psychoanalysis to advance understanding of public figure staking and attacking, including object relations theory, borderline personality organization, the role of pathological narcissism, the psychogenesis of narcissism, narcissistic character types, narcissistic rage, paranoid conditions, and psychosexual dynamics.

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