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The affect that underlies these items may be characterized by persecutory feelings.
1989, Persecutory delusions and attributional style, British Journal of Medical Psychology, 62, 191-198.
121) The Handbook, which many nations rely on when determining asylum claims, readily accepts that generally applied laws can be persecutory in nature.
Our recommendations for the development and use of behavioral experiments have come from our extensive clinical experience in the treatment of delusions, especially persecutory delusions.
is persecutory in nature according to Human Rights Conventions.
31) Secondly, the Church of England could not possibly be persecutory, because the bishops were the governors of the Church, "and since you do not find your selves disposed to persecution, charity which thinketh no evil, will encline you to believe that none of your Brethren mean it.
13) There is a rich feminist academic literature within refugee law that has analyzed how many domestic refugee decision-makers have failed to understand the meaning of "gender"; the link between gender, discrimination, and persecution; and how acts that may appear to some decision-makers to be "private," and therefore not persecutory acts, are actually acts of gender-related persecution.
MMPI-A scales Hysteria, Anxiety, Anger, Low Self-Esteem, Brooding, Persecutory Ideas and Deficient Inhibition predicted future violent offenses.
It wrote, "A persecutory speech which encourages hatred and violence against a targeted group furthers an attack against that group.
He reported that he was or had been experiencing anxiety, persecutory delusions, and suicidal thoughts.