Serial Murderers and their Victims

Criminal Justice

Quiz 6 :

Healthcare Killers

Quiz 6 :

Healthcare Killers

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Which of the following is not true regarding Harold Shipman?
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Which of the following IS NOT true regarding euthanasia?
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In their study of 90 cases of serial murder, Yorker et al., found that 86 percent of their cases involved nursing personnel, and that women were involved in ____ percent of the cases.
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This offender was known as a very reclusive individual who seldom spoke to his neighbors.His co-workers knew him as a man with a quick temper who sometimes threw medical charts and slammed his fist on counters or walls when summoned by patients.Patients were known to refuse meds because of their aversion to him.
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Regarding "place-specific" killers, the following is true:
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One area that geographic profiling is not designed to address is _____.
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Yorker et al., identified some typical scenarios in serial murder of patients by healthcare providers.All are typical except:
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According to Yorker et al., what is the most common way to kill?
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Harold Shipman was convicted of killing how many victims?
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Offenders who kill their family or relatives are referred to as _____.
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The trademarks of place-specific killers are murders that _____.
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Over the 35-year period covered in the Yorker study, which of the following is true?
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Charles Cullen confessed to the murders of at least 40 patients in how many different hospitals over a period of 16 years?
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In the Yorker study it was found that the majority of healthcare providers who committed murders came from _____.
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This killer managed to avoid punishment and was even awarded prestigious honors for his research into the minds of defective children.He became an expert on the pathology of mental illness and, after the war, lectured and became an expert court witness in thousands of criminal cases.
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The Third Reich viewed defective children as insults to the Aryan race and were referred to as _____.
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This offender was a respiratory therapist for nine years.He confessed to killing dozens of terminally ill patients over 10 years.He claimed to be an "angel of death" who had killed as many as 200 victims.
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Heinrich Gross was also known as:
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Research has found that healthcare providers who murder are often diagnosed with:
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According to Yorker et al., where do most healthcare-related murders occur?
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