If there are additional studies to confirm this and refine it to pinpoint psychopathy, then it would be interesting indeed...
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Interesting. I know a couple of people - former friends - who have severely impaired sense of smell, and they are former friends because I distance myself from them as I could not deal with their manipulative, controlling behaviour. This does not mean that everyone with an impaired sense of smell is a potential psychopath though - or does it?
The study is quite interesting.
I read this a few days ago, and found it very interesting as well. The present tools to detect socio/psychopaths are very subjective and unreliable, so one more can really help. It's also nice to know that most likely there are few such people on BN.