When Liberal, Faux Subject Matter Experts Target an Audience…It Shows
16 January 2018 Cool Shit
BLUF: She’s a writer of fiction and novels and believes in mixing them with science.
These are the educators who are perpetuating and continuing to create the snowflake/safe-space /panti-thug liberals of the current fad. They’re like snake oil, pet rock, mood ring salesmen tied together. They get a hand in publications that give them a platform and, to the reader, must make them legit or they wouldn’t publish it. Bon Jour.
Lt Bil Drat
When we think of the word “psychopath,” what usually comes to mind first are commonplace media portrayals of crazed killers. The kind you see in Psycho, Silence of the Lambs, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. But these depictions are a far cry from what actual psychopaths are like.
Melissa Burkley, Ph.D., received her doctoral degree in psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She has worked as a professor for over a decade, conducting research on sexism, racism, and social interactions. She enjoys combining psychological science with fiction writing and as such, has written chapters for several “Psychology of…” series, including the Psychology of Dexter, Twilight, and the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. She has also co-authored a motivation textbook called “Motivation Science” published by Pearson.
In addition to non-fiction works, she also writes novels and short stories and has a blog entitled “The Writer’s Laboratory” that discusses how authors can improve their writing by including psychological principles into their stories. For more information, visit her website at www.melissaburkley.com(link is external).