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Dangerousness relates to judgements made about the likelihood of any particular individual acting in a violent manner.


Dangerousness risk assessment[edit | edit source]

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  • Monahan, J. 1994. Violence and mental disorder developments in risk assessment.

Chicago. The University of Chicago Press. Isr J Psychiatry Relat Sci. 2003;40(3):182-90

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  • Bauer A, Rosca P, Khawalled R, Gruzniewski A, Grinshpoon A. (2003. Dangerousness and risk assessment: the state of the art.
  • Bingley, W., 1997. Assessing dangerousness: protecting the interests of patients. British

Journal ofPsychiatry 170 28-29.


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