Sexual Murder: Catathymic and Compulsive Homicides

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Index

a
A
Actuarial methods, 309 - 311
Acute catathymic homicides, 129
adoptees, 136
affective aggression, 135
comparison with chronic catathymic murders, 138 , 161 - 163
differential diagnosis, 156 - 158 , 293 - 297
disorganized crime scenes, 135 , 163
displaced matricide, 146 - 153
episodic dyscontrol, 129 - 132 , 156
sexual inadequacy, 132 - 134 , 137 , 138 - 145 , 156 , 163
legal defense and, 159
organicity, 134 - 135
overcontrolled personalities, 137
prognostication issues, 159
psychic homeostasis, 137 , 138
Revitch and Schlesinger's model, 137 - 138
sexual matricide, 154 - 155
Adaptation, Meninger and Mayman's orders of, 129 - 130
Adaptive murder, 78
Adolescent compulsive offenders, 278
Adoptees, 136
Affect-intellect balance, 114 - 115 , 118
Age patterns, 18
Aggressophobic personality, 78
Alcoholic psychosis, 113
Alcohol use,
See also Substance use compulsive murder and, 288 - 290
toxic states and homicide classification, 83
Anabolic steroids, 83
Anal necrophilia, 140 , 155 , 251
An American Tragedy (Dreiser), 95
Andreyev, Leonid, 67
Animal cruelty
compulsive murderers, 203 , 206 , 216 , 217 - 218 , 222 , 241 , 266 , 268 , 269 , 292
ominous signs for future violence, 325 - 326
Antisocial personality disorders, 75 , 94 , 101 , 336
Anxiety, 129 , 263
Arson, 117 , 167 , 207 , 282 , 325 , 328
Asian women, murderer's obsession with, 250
Assessment, See Forensic assessment
Athymic symptoms, 115
Attachment pathology, 170
Auditory hallucinations, 5

b
B
Bachet, M., 74
Barefoot v.Estelle,313
Battered woman syndrome defense, 33 - 36
Baxstrom study, 309
Bedwetting (enuresis), 266 , 325
Bellevue Hospital, 116 , 123
Berkowitz, David (“Son of Sam”), 328
Bestiality, 203 , 205 , 206 , 269
Biblical stories, 92
Biological theories, 73 - 74 , 304 - 306
Black leather fetish, 291 - 292
Blackman, N., 132
Blitz-style attack, 135 , 276

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