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Untying the Knot

A new book untangles historical confusion and contemporary anxieties about marriage

Thou Art Anxious

Decisions, decisions

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Why digital connections can’t sustain health, happiness or politics

D. B. Krupp

D.B. Krupp is an adjunct professor of psychology at Queen’s University and leads the Program in Evolution and Governance at the One Earth Future Foundation in Broomfield, Colorado. He studies the evolution of cooperation and conflict, mainly in humans. This review is dedicated to the memories of Grant Harris and Marnie Rice, a remarkable pair of scientists who devoted years of their lives to the study of psychopathy.

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D. B. Krupp

Monsters of the Night

The rhetoric and reality of the psychopaths around us. December 2015
The word “psychopath” gives the impression of an unscrupulous character. Someone without any sense of shame, guilt or remorse. Someone who sees your inclination to trust as his or her personal playground. Someone profoundly amoral. And there is the growing feeling that psychopaths are everywhere around us. They are the neighbours who drag down property values with their tasteless landscaping and garish Christmas…