John Macdonald (psychiatrist)

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John Marshall Macdonald (9 November 1920 in Dunedin, New Zealand – 16 December 2007 in Englewood, Colorado) was a forensic psychiatrist most renowned for his discovery of the Macdonald triad of sociopathic traits and his profiling of serial killers. He published approximately a dozen books in his field.

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