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…

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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…

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

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

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