[nabs-l] Seeking psychology-related blogs and sharing article

Gerardo Corripio gera1027 at gmail.com
Mon Aug 16 16:49:52 UTC 2010


Hi listers, especially psychology students or those like myself who have 
already graduated: I'm always in the search for blogs and sites of articles 
where I can continue learning about new topics, thus I recently discovered 
the blogs for
http://www.selfhelpmagazine.com/podcasts/rss.xml

http://www.psychologytoday.com/articles/index.rss
and began reading an article which I paste below; got trapped but can't find 
anywhere the continuation! Here it is in case I also get you guys trapped 
and hopes in finding how it ends and also in learning about new blogs you 
guys might have to offerp:
This Charming Psychopath

How to spot social predators before they attack.

By
Robert Hare,
published on January 01, 1994 - last reviewed on June 01, 2010

Psychology Today looks at Laughter

Jeffrey Dahmer. Ted Bundy. Hannibal Lecter. These are the psychopaths whose 
stunning lack of
conscience
 we see in the movies and in tabloids. Yet, as this report makes abundantly 
clear, these predators, both male and female, haunt our everyday lives at 
work,
at home, and in relationships. Here's how to find them before they find you.

She met him in a laundromat in London. He was open and friendly and they hit 
it off right away. From the start she thought he was hilarious. Of course,
she'd been lonely. The weather was grim and sleety and she didn't know a 
soul east of the Atlantic.

"Ah, travelers'
loneliness,"
Dan crooned sympathetically over dinner. "It's the worst."

After dessert he was embarrassed to discover he'd come without his wallet. 
She was more than happy to pay for dinner. At the pub, over drinks, he told 
her
he was a translator for the United Nations. He was, for now, between 
assignments.

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