From Publishers Weekly
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The book is well written and very informative.
Hare's extensive research into psychopathy has resulted in his psychopath's checklist- a useful tool or clinicians and forensic psychologists.
This book is so well written that a reader will be drawn in by the descriptions of the psychopathic characters that Dr. Hare has encountered.
Gives a good and simple explanation with lots of examples about psychopaths and how they are "different" from other criminal types.Published 2 days ago by Nunuv Yer Bizniss
I also read the book by Martha Stout. I think these books complete each other. The examples kept the book interesting and what better place to research the psychopath mind than in... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Rune
Fabulous book about antisocial personality DO. I now look for articles by Dr. Hare and talk about him in the courses I teach because of this book. Fascinating read.Published 15 days ago by Traci Belanger
Very informative although I thought a bit too much of the book focused on the criminal element of psychopathy.Published 16 days ago by tracey
I've been doing research on psychopath's for a book I'm writing. It is definitely one of the most informative books I've read about this subject. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Deborah Finch
When dealing with a psychopath in your life, it is always best to get a picture on how they think that way you can stay one step ahead of them and also, try to understand them if... Read morePublished 17 days ago by cluczak
This book takes a whole new perspective and actually places some real life case studies into the mix. Dr. Read morePublished 28 days ago by skyler gibson
I was really disappointed while reading this book. I did not think that it would be mainly about criminals that were and are locked up. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Jenny Jacobs