Table of contents for Why mothers kill : a forensic psychologist's casebook / Geoffrey R. McKee.

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Contents
1 Introduction
2 Neonaticide, infanticide, and filicide research: What do we know?
3 Classification of maternal filicide: What do we know?
4 Risk analysis and the Maternal Filicide Risk Matrix
5 Prevention and Risk Intervention Points
6 Detached mother- Denial type: Cathy
7 Detached mother- Ambivalent type: Edna
8 Detached mother- Resentful type: Francine
9 Detached mother- Exhausted type: Glenda
10 Abusive/neglectful mother- Recurrent type: Harriet
11 Abusive/neglectful mother- Reactive type: Janet
12 Abusive/neglectful mother- Inadequate type: Kaye
13 Psychotic/depressed mother- Delusional type: Barbara
14 Psychotic/depressed mother- Impulsive type: Susan Smith
15 Psychotic/depressed mother- Suicidal type: Marilyn
16 Retaliatory mother: Olivia
17 Psychopathic mother- Financial type: Pauline
18 Psychopathic mother- Addicted type: Samantha
19 Psychopathic mother- Narcissistic type: Rhonda
20 Final thoughts: What have we learned and what do we need to do? 
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Filicide.
Infanticide.
Women murderers.
Mothers -- Psychology.
Forensic psychology -- Case studies.