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How can you tell if someone is a psychopath? Not all are predators
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Saints and Psychopaths by William L. Hamilton
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Volume 64 Issue 5 May Pages e History Published online 1 May But finally, the capital has a claim to No. The winner?
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Washington in a walk. The runner-up, Connecticut, registered only 1. But even when you correct the rankings for density, Murphy says, Washington still ranks first. By combining those studies, he could get a rough idea of which areas have the most psychopathic personalities. Although D.
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In their less dangerous form, the traits might combine in that person rudely elbowing past you on the Metro in the morning, or cutting the taxi line with a smirk, determined to get her way at your expense if necessary. A city high in civic-minded Type A personalities might very well rate high on this scale without producing many harmful psychopaths. Still, Murphy notes that other work supports his broad conclusions. These include lawyers, journalists and civil servants, as well as CEOs and chefs.
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