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A test to diagnose psychopaths can help identify fish behaviours that could benefit aquaculture

By Benjamin Whittaker, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Integrative Biology, University of Guelph
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In November 1888, fear stalked the streets of London as the Whitechapel Murderer claimed his latest victim. The unusually gruesome attacks had puzzled investigators, so police surgeon Dr. Thomas Bond examined the victims for clues that might help reveal the killer’s identity. Dr. Bond concluded that the violence of these attacks meant that the Whitechapel Murderer — who would later become known as Jack the Ripper — was a reclusive man with a strong impulsive drive.

Dr. Bond had created the first offender…


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