In his new book writer Kevin Dutton argues that apart from businessmen and legal eagles, media personnel and doctors are most likely to be cold-hearted and manipulative
Washington: From CEOs and lawyers to doctors, the author of The wisdom Of Psychopaths: What Saints, Spies And Serial killers Can Teach Us About Success — has revealed the professions most likely to produce psychopaths.
CEOs topped writer Kevin Dutton’s list as possible psychopaths. They are defined as people who have shallow emotions, lack empathy and guilt and are superficial. Pic for representational purpose only
Topping writer Kevin Dutton’s list is the position of CEOs, considering the fact that psychopaths are defined as people who have shallow emotions, lack empathy and guilt, are coldhearted, superficial and manipulative. It is followed by lawyers, members of television and radio media, salesperson and surgeons, and then by journalists.
A police officer, clergy person, chef and civil servant are also on the list as their jobs require talent for making clinical, emotionally-removed decisions.