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100 1  Buss, David M. 
245 14 The murderer next door:|bwhy the mind is designed to kill
       |h[Hoopla electronic resource] /|cDavid M. Buss. 
250    Unabridged. 
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506    Digital content provided by hoopla. 
511 1  Read by Michael Prichard. 
520    As acclaimed psychological researcher and author David 
       Buss writes, "People are mesmerized by murder. It commands
       our attention like no other human phenomenon, and those 
       touched by its ugly tendrils never forget." Though we may 
       like to believe that murderers are pathological misfits 
       and hardened criminals, the vast majority of murders are 
       committed by people who, until the day they kill, would 
       seem to be perfectly normal.David Buss's pioneering work 
       has made major national news in the past, and this 
       provocative book is sure to generate a storm of attention.
       The Murderer Next Door is a riveting look into the dark 
       underworld of the human psyche- an astonishing exploration
       of when and why we kill and what might push any one of us 
       over the edge. A leader in the innovative field of 
       evolutionary psychology, Buss conducted an unprecedented 
       set of studies investigating the underlying motives and 
       circumstances of murders, from the bizarre outlier cases 
       of serial killers to those of the friendly next-door 
       neighbor who one day kills his wife.Reporting on findings 
       that are often startling and counterintuitive-the younger 
       woman involved in a love triangle is at a high risk of 
       being killed-he puts forth a bold new general theory of 
       homicide, arguing that the human psyche has evolved 
       specialized adaptations whose function is to kill. Taking 
       readers through the surprising twists and turns of the 
       evolutionary logic of murder, he explains exactly when 
       each of us is most at risk, both of being murdered and of 
       becoming a murderer. His findings about the high-risk 
       situations alone will be news making.Featuring gripping 
       storytelling about specific murder cases-including a never
       used FBI file of more than 400,000 murders and a highly 
       detailed study of 400 murders conducted by Buss in 
       collaboration with a forensic psychiatrist, and a 
       pioneering investigation of homicidal fantasies in which 
       Buss found that 91 percent of men and 84 percent of women 
       have had at least one such vivid fantasy-The Murderer Next
       Door will be necessary reading for those who have been 
       fascinated by books on profiling, lovers of true crime and
       murder mysteries, as well as readers intrigued by the 
       inner workings of the human mind.Based on a wealth of 
       groundbreaking research, a leading psychologist's 
       fascinating investigation of why we are all "wired to 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
650  0 Murder|xPsychological aspects.|vSound recordings. 
650  0 Murderers|xPsychology.|vSound recordings. 
700 1  Pritchard, Michael|q(Michael J.) 
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