NEW Checklist to Spot Psychopaths Early


Through my suffering over 40 years at the hands of a number of psychopaths – my family and many others, and by doing an immense amount of reading, I put together this puzzle of psychopathy. The Hare Checklist did not give clues to how to identify the majority of psychopaths in society.

Here is a list of recurring dysfunctional habits that psychopaths display, even when they mask their antisocial personality traits: “How to Spot a Pro-Social Psychopath”

I made the “Lawson List” Public Domain to be shared freely, because more than anything in the world, I would like to see people worldwide wised up and stop being tricked and influenced by psychopathic leaders.

Please evaluate and share. Thank you.

Neurogastroenterology: The Study of Our Second Brain

I have a neurogastroenterology theory – Psychopaths seem to have no “butterflies in the stomach” and no nausea. They have a fascination with bathrooms and bowel movements, and/or GI tract abnormalities. (Apart from a possible neurogastronomy link to being great chefs.)

***It may be impossible to form a conscience if the physical discomfort in our stomach is disconnected from our emotions.


Amy Croan MPH

thEarly in embryogenesis our brains and our gut are formed from the same tissue mass with one half becoming the central nervous system and the other the enteric nervous system, connected by the vagus nerve. Half our nerves are located in our brain, and half in the gut which translates into a lot more than feeling butterflies in our stomach when we’re nervous.

This enteric nervous system is comprised of one hundred million autonomously functioning neurons, neurotransmitters and proteins with the ability to communicate with the central nervous system through the vagus nerve and parasympathetic nervous system. Coupled with the intestinal microbiome, it’s been coined our “second brain” by Dr. Michael Gershon, professor of anatomy and cell biology at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center in New York City in 1988. What we put into one brain drastically affects the other.

If we add the nerve cells of the esophagus, stomach and large…

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Places Where I Live

I am championing the cause of neuroscience fMRI psychopathy testing when a person seeks a position of trust (political, romantic, job candidate). ASPD Checklists are not good enough.

Examples of neuroscience uses for psychopathy testing:

  1. Before you get into a romantic relationship, you ask your potential partner for an STD test, and a psychopathy test.
  2. Before you enter into a business relationship, you ask your potential partner for verifiable credentials, and a psychopathy test.
  3. Before running for political office.
  4. Being informed, you choose to proceed with the relationship or not.  If you accept them, this means you will be monitoring their every move because they can never be trusted… You decide whether the benefits outweigh the risks & drama.

What is a Psychopath?