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Cannibalism.

Abstract

A dataset of 73 variables was complied on 345 serial killers, 31 of whom who engaged in cannibalism. A distinction was made between those who engaged only in cannibalism, those who engaged in necrophilia, and those who engaged in both or neither. Those who engaged in both cannibalism and necrophilia were the most psychiatrically disturbed and deviant, but those who engaged in only cannibalism were more disturbed and deviant in their actions than those who engaged in neither behavior.

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    Omega 70:4 2015 pg 428-35

    MeSH

    Antisocial Personality Disorder
    Cannibalism
    Comorbidity
    Criminals
    Forensic Psychiatry
    Homicide
    Humans
    Male
    Paraphilic Disorders
    Sex Offenses

    Pub Type(s)

    Journal Article

    Language

    eng

    PubMed ID

    26036062

    Citation

    Lester, David, et al. "Cannibalism." Omega, vol. 70, no. 4, 2015, pp. 428-35.
    Lester D, White J, Giordano B. Cannibalism. Omega (Westport). 2015;70(4):428-35.
    Lester, D., White, J., & Giordano, B. (2015). Cannibalism. Omega, 70(4), pp. 428-35.
    Lester D, White J, Giordano B. Cannibalism. Omega (Westport). 2015;70(4):428-35. PubMed PMID: 26036062.
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