Communication

The last part of “A Critical Study on How the Psychopathological Construct of Antisocial Personality and Psychopathy Has Imploded. An Alternative Empirical Theory Overthrows the Psychopathological Explanation” will be delayed until further notice. This is due “some problems” with the computers (where all the materials and notes about these studies were stored). BOTH most of the data, articles and notes (that have been gathered since 2005), AND most of the minutes, drafts and sketches (that have been written in the last 10 years of studies and researches), have been destroyed by some technicians that, unfortunately, “touched” them. As I need both new hardware (… the minor of the problem …) and to gather, to organized and to re-write, all of the previous materials (… that, actually, it is the main problem … in term of time … and not only …), I do not know when it will be possible to proceed with the publications. The damage has been huge, VERY HUGE. Most of the information and data were gathered worldwide in the last 10 years. Moreover, nowadays, I am doing these works in the free time.

Anyways, a very brief and partial idea about the content of the second part of A Critical Study on How the Psychopathological Construct of Antisocial Personality and Psychopathy Has Imploded. An Alternative Empirical Theory Overthrows the Psychopathological Explanation” could be get (incidentally) from the De Nova Superstitione (that I published in Italian both like Post and like book in PDF on this website). You can translate it in English, even if some people have already told Me that the translations (that have been done by the computers) are NOT good. In particular, you can read:  De Nova Superstitione, Chapter IIIL’Inganno del Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc“, paragraph,La Pervasività dell’Influenza Sociale“.

The studies, which I announced in Forthcoming Page, have the same problem, as their materials were stored in same place.

As I am writing this post the 24th of December, I want to say to my Readers (that, in these seven months of activity of this website, have reached the number of 8.300): Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.