CU Psychopathy ResearchPh.D. candidate, Courtney Humeny, contacted me directly with a simple request to help recruit participants for her doctoral research dissertation.

She is “looking for people who have been victimized by a potential psychopath, sociopath, narcissist, or any individual demonstrating abusive, criminal, or antisocial traits as a family member (i.e., spouse) or by a significant other (i.e., dating relations, common law, etc) for a study examining emotion in victims. A person who possesses such characteristics often has many shallow relationships, lacks empathy, lies pathologically, is superficially charming, and fails to take responsibility for their actions.”

Courtney’s research may lead to real changes in how victims are perceived and treated by family court, law enforcement and counselors.

Please consider participating. Follow the link provided in her message below for more details. You may also contact her directly: cmhumeny@gmail.com.

Hello. I am a PhD student at Carleton University. I am conducting a study on victims of psychopaths and domestic violence for my dissertation. I am looking for people who are interested in taking part in surveys looking at victimization experiences, emotion regulation, resilience, PTSD symptoms, and psychosomatic symptoms. For more information about the study please go to the following link:www.cuaftermath.com .

If you have any questions or concerns please email me at cmhumeny@gmail.com

~Courtney Humeny

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