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Why Sociopaths Are So Dangerous, and So Hard to Identify

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As a psychologist, I studied sociopathy and treated clini­cally traumatized victims for more than 25 years, and still I did not fully appreciate the overwhelming prevalence of sociopathic victimization until I began to write about it.

Since my book The Sociopath Next Door was published in 2005, I have been flooded with phone calls and letters from readers who have felt compelled to tell me of their own encounters with people who appear to have no conscience.

So motivated have these read­ers been to tell me their stories that some have managed to ac­quire my unlisted home phone number or have waited outside my office door in Boston, hoping to catch me coming or going.

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