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Nearly 2,000 participants read a news piece on a shooting in which the shooter is diagnosed as having a mental illness and who used high capacity magazines.
One group read an article that presented only the facts of the case.
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Often, they are rejected by their peers and follow through by restoring justice in what they see as an unjust situation.
Their plan for restoration many times results in violence as shown by the school shooters.
Any profile would fit too many students to be useful and may not apply to a potential perpetrator. These children take a long, considered, public path toward violence." Princeton's Katherine Newman has found that, far from being "loners", the perpetrators are "joiners" whose attempts at social integration fail, and that they let their thinking and even their plans be known, sometimes frequently over long periods of time.
Some lived with both parents in "an ideal, All-American family." Some were children of divorce, or lived in foster homes. Some experts such as Alan Lipman have warned against the dearth of empirical validity of profiling methods. In addition, psychologist Peter Langman has noted that school shooters typically fall into one (or occasionally two) of three categories: psychopathic, psychotic, or traumatized.
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