Cognitive-affective drivers of fixation in threat assessment

Behavioral sciences & the law, 2020.

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Pathological fixation - preoccupation with a person or a cause that is accompanied by deterioration in social and occupational functioning - has been found to precede most cases of targeted violence. It is clinically observed and theorized to have three different cognitive-affective drivers: delusion, obsession, or extreme overvalued beli...More

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