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Robert D. Hare

1934 - Today

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Robert D. Hare (born 1 January 1934) is a Canadian forensic psychologist, known for his research in the field of criminal psychology. He is a professor emeritus of the University of British Columbia where he specializes in psychopathology and psychophysiology. Hare developed the Hare Psychopathy Checklist (PCL-Revised), used to assess cases of psychopathy. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Robert D. Hare has received more than 335,700 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Robert D. Hare is the 153rd most popular psychologist, the 154th most popular biography from Canada and the 6th most popular Canadian Psychologist.

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Among psychologists, Robert D. Hare ranks 153 out of 183Before him are Rensis Likert, Julian Rotter, Fritz Heider, Lisbeth Palme, Kurt Goldstein, and Brian Weiss. After him are Gustave Gilbert, James Hillman, Helene Deutsch, Frieda Fromm-Reichmann, Charlotte Bühler, and Alexander Bain.

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Among people born in 1934, Robert D. Hare ranks 170Before him are Yasutaka Tsutsui, Ioannis Palaiokrassas, Dida, Harlan Ellison, Henri Konan Bédié, and George Hilton. After him are Boris Volynov, Dave Grusin, Fou Ts'ong, Eddie Fenech Adami, Eva Mozes Kor, and Lau Kar-leung.

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Among people born in Canada, Robert D. Hare ranks 154 out of 1,350Before him are Deanna Durbin (1921), Raymond Burr (1917), Marie Dressler (1868), Arthur Hiller (1923), Frances Oldham Kelsey (1914), and Chris Benoit (1967). After him are Shulamith Firestone (1945), James Doohan (1920), Brian Mulroney (1939), Terry Sawchuk (1929), Stephen Harper (1959), and Michael Bublé (1975).


Among psychologists born in Canada, Robert D. Hare ranks 6Before him are Albert Bandura (1925), Eric Berne (1910), Donald O. Hebb (1904), Steven Pinker (1954), and Jordan Peterson (1962). After him are Gordon Neufeld (1947).