Great TED Talks for Psychopathy

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Jon Ronson: Strange answers to the psychopath test

Documentarist and writer of The Psychopath Test, Jon Ronson debates the boundaries between crazy and normal in a striking and exciting TED Talk.

Abigail Marsh: Why some people are more altruistic than others

Why do we perform altruistic acts, sometimes at our own sake? And why do some people do it more often than others? Psychologist Abigail Marsh dedicates herself to research these and other questions, and let us in on what she has already uncovered.

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Kang Lee: Can you really tell if a kid is lying?

Behavioral researcher Kang Lee dedicated himself to discover just how good children are at lying, and how we can perceive it. Turns out, they’re really good. In this TED Talk, Kang Lee explains why we should be in favor of a child starting to lie and what kind of technologies are being developed to identify them.

Jim Fallon: Exploring the mind of a killer

Jim Fallon is a neuroscientist that focuses on the dilemma of nature vs. nurture, and in this lecture, he applies that to the mind and genetics of a psychopath. In addition, he shares a thrilling personal history that may change the way we view his work.

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