Research shows that 4% of the population is made up of sociopaths. And contrary to what is seen on television and in the movies, not all sociopaths are murders or violent criminals. Sociopaths can be our next door neighbors, co-workers, doctors and lawyers. A look at identifying and coping with sociopaths.


  • Martha Stout psychologist and instructor at Harvard Medical School, is the author of "The Myth of Sanity."

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