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From: Financial News

Psychopaths on Wall Street?

Financial News:

‘Are you good or evil’, a BBC Horizon documentary which aired last night, examined what makes humans liable to violence.

The programme charts the research of criminal psychologist Professor Robert Hare, who developed the Pyschopathy Checklist, which is used to diagnose cases of psychopathy and to ascertain the likelihood of violent behaviour, and neuroscientist Professor Jim Fallon.

The two main factors in ascertaining whether an individual is liable to become a psychopath, according to the programme, are: the existence of the so-called ‘warrior gene’, the Monoamine oxidase A enzyme, and a violent childhood.

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