(Received 25 February 1993; accepted 27 July 1993)
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While de Clérambault syndrome (erotomania) has long been a subject of scientific study, it has only recently become a frequent topic of media attention. A series of five individuals who were arrested for crimes related to their erotomanic delusion are presented. The psychiatric findings from this sample have potential social policy implication.
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
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