Syndrome E is the name of the eponymous novel by Franck Thilliez and of a series which will be broadcast from September 29 on TF1. It characterizes ordinary people who turn into murderers and executioners of defenseless victims. Explanations with our psychiatrists.
[Updated September 22, 2022 at 6:06 p.m.] How can ordinary citizens turn into torturers and executioners defenseless victims? the syndrome E would be at the origin according to the Pr Itzhak Fried who characterized it. This syndrome is the title of the eponymous novel by Franck Thilliez released in 2020. It tells the story of police officers who investigate the world of mind control and neuroscience after corpses are found mutilated (due to Syndrome E). the novel was adapted as a series consisting of six episodes of 52 minutes and directed by Laure de Butler. She will be broadcast on TF1 from September 29, 2022 . Au casting, Vincent Elbaz, Jennifer Decker, Kool Shen, Emmanuelle Béart, Michèle Bernier, or even Anne Charrier. Interview with experts to learn more about Syndrome E.
Syndrome E has been characterized and named by American neurosurgeon and psychiatrist Itzhak Fried , Professor of Neurosurgery, psychiatry and Bio-Behavioral Sciences at the University of California, Los Angeles in 1998.” The transformation of previously non-violent groups of individuals into repetitive killers of defenseless members of society has been a recurring phenomenon throughout history. This transformation is characterized by a set of symptoms and signs suggestive of a common syndrome, Syndrome E ' he says in an article in the magazine The Lancet . This would be the name given to the transformation of seemingly ordinary citizens into murderers and executioners of defenseless victims (for example during genocide or war crimes). Syndrome E would be a personality trouble and not a mental illness, as the syndrome d'Hubris .
Syndrome E according to Itzhak Fried would include a series of distinctive signs such as:
And syndrome E does not seem to exist in medicine . ' It is not not referenced in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders ( DSM ) , reference manual for pathologies and syndromes. From the description, he must be something like sociopathy/ psychopathy : individuals who commit murderous acts. The author of the book has surely invented this syndrome to justify the acting out of the characters in the story ' comments Johanna Rozenblum, clinical psychologist.
Syndrome E , Itzhak Fried.
The Lancet, December 1998Source journaldesfemmes.fr