L’etica dei percorsi diagnostico-riabilitativi della madre assassina

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Abstract

[automatically translated] Infanticide is a crime that causes as few others disapproval and social alarm, with strong media echo; the public is faced with the fact that the maternal instinct "is not innate" (Pannitteri, 2006) 1 and that the maternal functions are not always protective. The case of infanticide mother is also food for thought on the doctor-patient relationship. The psychiatric-forensic approach, such as clinical, presupposes a genuine and meaningful relationship, as much as possible free from errors of interpretation and dynamic counter-transference, such as emotional reactions of mistrust and stigmatization of the accused, which hinder the understanding of the psychological and psychopathological. A diagnostic evaluation diachronic and multi can, however,
Original languageItalian
Number of pages7
JournalBIO-ETHOS
Volume15/2012
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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