August 14, 2012

Mass Shootings and Mental Illness: KQED Forum 9:00 a.m. Wednesday

If you’re free at 9:00 a.m. PST this Wednesday morning (Aug. 15), I invite you to listen to KQED's Forum show, where I will be a featured guest discussing the topic of MASS SHOOTINGS AND MENTAL ILLNESS: “Can anything be done to predict and prevent such violent acts, and what do we know about what causes people to commit them?” Also featured will be Dave Cullen, journalist and author of the book Columbine, and David Eagleman, director of the Initiative of Neuroscience and the Law at the Baylor College of Medicine. The guest host is Spencer Michaels of PBS NewsHour.

If you are not local to the San Francisco Bay Area, you can still listen live, by clicking HERE.

If you missed this Forum episode, listening is easy: Simply click on the below arrow icon. Or you can download an MP3 audio podcast at the show's website (HERE).


Thanks very much to those of you who listened and sent me feedback via email. I appreciate the support.

Related blog posts:

Arizona rampage: Analyzing the analyzers (Jan. 23, 2011)

 Can school shootings be prevented? (April 19, 2007)

Aurora massacre: To speak or not to speak? (July 22, 2012)

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