Thursday, September 20, 2012

Gladwell Explains Sandusky

In the New Yorker, Malcolm Gladwell explains why pedophile cases are really, really hard - the Sandusky case included.

Gladwell notes that even seasoned psychologists are fooled by some pedophiles who are very good at deceiving people. They are also experts at exploiting naive and vulnerable people, including the parents of their victims.

Read the whole thing here. And learn something.



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