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Stockholm syndrome is a condition which causes hostages to develop a psychological alliance with their captors as a survival strategy during captivity.Is the Stockholm syndrome in the DSM 5?
There is no "Stockholm syndrome" in the psychology textbooks, or in the DSM-5 (the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, which is the Bible of the psychological profession).How many kidnapping victims show signs of Stockholm syndrome?
A report by the FBI found that only 8% of kidnapping victims showed signs of Stockholm syndrome. The sensational nature of dramatic cases causes the public to perceive this phenomenon as the rule rather than the exception.What causes a hostage to develop stockholm syndrome?
There are four key components that generally lead to the development of Stockholm syndrome: A hostage's development of positive feelings towards their captor. No previous hostage-captor relationship. A refusal by hostages to co-operate with police forces and other government authorities.