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  • The authors of the study write: Kleptomania is a rare psychiatric disorder characterized by recurrent stealing and for which there exists no empirically validated treatments.

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  • Today's issue contains a gem, summarising a paper from the journal Behavioural Psychiatry with the title: A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study of the Opiate Antagonist, Naltrexone, in the Treatment of Kleptomania, by Jon Grant et al..

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  • For after he apprehended the criminal, he would rehabilitate him by explaining how the criminal's anti-social behavior stemmed from a mixture of Schizophrenia and Narcissism, with just a touch of Pyromania and Kleptomania.

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  • Kleptomania is often called an illness, but such label does not excuse the moral guilt of the thief.

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  • Kleptomania could be seen in a similar light, but no one argued that stealing should be advertised.

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  • (The review is of Kleptomania by Manjula Padmanabhan.)

    Archive 2004-03-01

  • Kleptomania, quite simply, is an irresistible impulse to steal things that are not needed, that are not -- that are easily affordable.

    CNN Transcript Nov 6, 2002

  • We're going to meet a famous doctor as well, Dr. Marcus Goldman, Harvard trained, author of "Kleptomania, the Compulsion to Steal."

    CNN Transcript Nov 6, 2002

  • We're now joined in Boston by Dr. Marcus Goldman, Harvard trained psychiatrist, author of "Kleptomania: The Compulsion to Steal."

    CNN Transcript Nov 6, 2002

  • When we come back, I'll re-introduce the panel, and we'll be joined by Dr. Marcus Goldman, psychiatrist, author of "Kleptomania, the Compulsion to Steal."

    CNN Transcript Nov 6, 2002

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