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‘Everyday Sadists’ Among Us


Everyday Sadists Take Pleasure In Others’ Pain

For some, cruelty can be pleasurable, even exciting. New research suggests that this kind of everyday sadism is real and more common than we might think. ... More>


Everyday Sadism: Throwing Light on the Dark Triad


Everyday Sadism: Throwing Light on the Dark Triad

The Dark Triad. It could well be a cast of villains in an epic tale of fantasy.  All three of these dark powers are callous and exploitative, but each is […]... More>


Order of Psychiatric Diagnoses May Influence How Clinicians Identify Symptoms

The diagnostic system used by many mental health practitioners in the United States assumes that symptoms of two disorders that occur at the same time are additive and that the order in which the disorders are presented doesn’t matter. But new research suggests that order actually plays a significant role in determining how clinicians think about psychiatric disorders. ... More>