Subject: Clinical Psychology | Pathology and Forensic Medicine | Psychiatry and Mental health
Multiple and serial murders are rare events that have a very profound societal impact. We have conducted a systematic review, following PRISMA guidelines, of both the peer reviewed literature and of journalistic and legal sources regarding mass and serial killings. Our ... View more
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