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Obsessive Relational Intrusion (ORI) is a term used in criminal psychology research used to describe the willful and continued intrusion into the personal life of a victim by an aspiring or former relational partner. ORI is related to stalking in that it is a milder form of relational harassment, often lacking the characteristic threatening and aggressive behavior normally associated with stalking.
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Cupach, W. R., & Spitzberg, B. H. (1998). Obsessive relational intrusion and stalking. In B. H. Spitzberg & W. R. Cupach (Eds.), The dark side of close relationships (pp. 233-263).
Sinclair, C.H, & Frieze, I.H. (2005). "When courtship persistence becomes intrusive pursuit: comparing rejecter and pursuer perspectives of unrequited attraction". Sex Roles: A Journal of Research 52 (11-12), 839-852.
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