Psychopaths fascinate us. They commit extreme violence, but can mask it with a smile. They preying on the weakest among us, and take advantage of every situation to get what they want. They don’t seem to belong in society, and yet they often excel. But what is a psychopath? How do you recognize one and how do you diagnose one? Have you ever been in the presence of a psychopath? And, if you so, then what?
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The Revised Psychopathy Checklist: Reliability and Factor Structure, Robert D. Hare, Timothy J. Harpur, A. R. Hakstian, Adelle E. Forth & Stephen D. Hart, 1990