Paul Appelbaum

Columbia University

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Paul Appelbaum is Professor of Psychiatry, Medicine and Law with the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia University.

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With a big push from Governor Cuomo, the New York State Legislature passed a law this week requiring psychotherapists to report any client thought "likely to engage" in violent…

Crime Prediction and Its Unintended Consequences

With a big push from Governor Cuomo, the New York State Legislature passed a law this week requiring psychotherapists to report any client thought "likely to engage" in violent…

from Which Way, L.A.?

With a big push from Governor Cuomo, the New York State Legislature passed a law this week requiring psychotherapists to report any client thought "likely to engage" in violent…

Crime Prediction and Its Unintended Consequences

With a big push from Governor Cuomo, the New York State Legislature passed a law this week requiring psychotherapists to report any client thought "likely to engage" in violent…

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The latest mass killing has renewed multiple controversies about mobilizing science and medicine to prevent violent crime.

Crime Prediction… and its Unintended Consequences…

The latest mass killing has renewed multiple controversies about mobilizing science and medicine to prevent violent crime.

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