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Das Dilemma der Aggressions- und Impulskontrollstörungen in Diagnose und Therapie aus forensisch-psychiatrischer Sicht

  • Norbert Nedopil
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Part of the duphar med communication book series (dmc)

Zusammenfassung

Immer wenn schwerwiegende Aggressionsdelikte Aufsehen erregen — wenn Politiker verletzt und getötet werden, wenn Serientötungen oder Massenmorde vorkommen -, fragt sich die öffentlichkeit, was den Täter denn zu Seiner Tat bewogen habe. Sie fragt in der Regel den Psychiater. Nach den Politikerattentaten in den vergangenen Jahren wurde Professor Häfner ausführlich interviewt (Spiegel 43/1990). Bei den Prozessen gegen die Krankenschwestern in Wuppertal oder in Wien wartete man gespannt auf die Aussagen der gutachtenden Psychiater.

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