Scarf, Maggie
June 1996
New Republic;6/10/96, Vol. 214 Issue 24, p20
Presents an article about narcissism and the psychology of serial murderers. Type of social groups targeted by serial murderers; Reason behind the hatred of serial murderers to psychiatrists; Assessment of the psychological condition of serial murderer Theodore Kaczynski; Overview of the book "Homicide: A Psychiatric Perspective," by Carl P. Malmquist; Support for the view that Kaczynski has a narcissistic personality disorder.


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