Salon: People who enjoy being cruel are scarily prevalent, new research says. There may be more sadists lurking in our midst than we’d like to think, according to a new study from the University of British Columbia and the University of Texas at El Paso. After offering a group of More
The New York Times: Try this quick word association: Sadist. And you respond… Hannibal Lecter? The Marquis de Sade? Actually, you didn’t need to come up with representatives of extreme criminal behavior or sexual torture. You might just as well have considered the colleague two cubicles over. The one who More
The Huffington Post: 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 also malignant in its own way. One is charming but remorseless. The second is known for its More
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 also malignant in its own way. One is charming but remorseless. The second is known for its cynicism and deception. More
The diagnostic system used by many mental health practitioners in the United States — known as the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders — 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 More
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