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    Author(s)Robert I Simon and Foreword by Thomas G Gutheil
    PublisherAmerican Psychiatric Association Publishing
    ISBN9781585622948
    Pages339
    BindingPaperback
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearApril 2008

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    American Psychiatric Association Publishing Bad Men Do What Good Men Dream : A Forensic Psychiatrist Illuminates the Darker Side of Human Behavior by Robert I Simon and Foreword by Thomas G Gutheil

    Robert Simon's Bad Men Do What Good Men Dream: A Forensic Psychiatrist Illuminates the Darker Side of Human Behavior is that rare title that is both essential reading for the mental health professional and accessible in style and content to the fascinated lay reader. In twelve powerful and provocative chapters, the author introduces readers to a psychological perspective on evil, character and destiny, as well as the making of good men and women. Simon also illuminates the psychology of psychopaths, serial killers, rapists and all manner of evil characters who appall and challenge us by their very existence. He rejects the common belief that his subjects are "monsters" with nothing in common with the more "normal" among us. Simon posits that if we deny our dark side, it can only obscure our understanding of violent offenders and impede our ability to both know ourselves and control our own, at times, unacceptable impulses. The author is among the foremost experts in forensic psychiatry.