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This is an answer to Al Lewis’s article in the WSJ – “Psychos on Wall Street” (March 2016).
The article raised a theory that there are more psychopaths in the financial industry compared to other verticals. In this article I would like to try and give another angle on the issue and perhaps leave some open questions for you to think about.
Psychopathy is a type of antisocial personality disorder. Personality disorder is defined by a set of traits and behaviors. People with psychopathy (psychopaths) are not necessarily cold-blooded killers (although some are, and are locked down behind bars), but ... (read more)