Stalking is a potentially lethal crime that has significantly
affected millions. The present study attempted to explore the
dynamics of stalking by evaluating the personality structures of
male stalking perpetrators utilizing the MMPI-2. The MMPI-2
profiles of male stalkers were compared to a control group of males
from the normal population matched on age, ethnicity, and
educational background. The differences of the clinical and
validity scales T score means on the MMPI-2 were analyzed using
one-way ANOVAs. Based on the statistical analysis, the male
stalkers' obtained higher scores on Scales Pd, Pa, and F and the
differences in means were statistically significant. The stalking
group's scores on Scales Hs, D, Hy, Pt, and Sc where also
significant at the p
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