Robert Hare (psychologist) Writing Styles in Without Conscience: The Disturbing World of the Psychopaths Among Us

Robert Hare (psychologist)
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Perspective

The book is told through the perspective of Dr. Robert D Hare, a psychologist who has studied psychopathy for over twenty years. He uses a first person narrative to speak about his own personal experiences with psychopaths and his research. Dr. Hare also includes many antidotes from friends, patients, and people who have written to him. Hare also recalls many case studies and stories about famous psychopathic killers. While Hare did not directly get to interview these notorious killers, he has done a lot of research on their cases and cites very reputable sources that have directly interviewed or had experiences with the killers. While Hare is delivering the information second hand, the reader still feels as though Hare is informed.

Hare's case studies and experiences with psychopaths are eye opening and humbling for him. His explanation of how to find the psychopaths lurking among us is shocking...

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