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Everyone Loves a Good Train Wreck: Why We Can't Look AwayWhy can’t we look away?Whether we admit it or not, we’re fascinated by evil. Dark fantasies, morbid curiosities, Schadenfreude: as conventional wisdom has it, these are the symptoms of our wicked side, and we succumb to them at our own peril. But we’re still compelled to look whenever we pass a grisly accident on the highway, and there’s no slaking our thirst for gory entertainments like horror movies and police procedurals. What makes these spectacles so irresistible? In Everyone Loves a Go…

Everyone Loves A Good Train Wreck by Eric Wilson (Feb 14 2012)Why can’t we look away?Whether we admit it or not, we’re fascinated by evil. Dark fantasies, morbid curiosities, Schadenfreude: as conventional wisdom has it, these are the symptoms of our wicked side, and we succumb to them at our own peril. But we’re still compelled to look whenever we pass a grisly accident on the highway, and there’s no slaking our thirst for gory entertainments like horror movies and police procedurals. What makes these spectacles so irresistible? In Everyone Loves a Go…

Everyone Loves a Good Train Wreck and a Pack of 5 PencilsWhether we admit it or not, we’re fascinated by evil. Dark fantasies, morbid curiosity, Schadenfreude: conventional wisdom suggests that these are the symptoms of our wicked side. But we’re still compelled to look whenever we pass a grisly accident on the highway, and there’s no slaking our thirst for gory entertainments like horror movies. Why cant we look away? Eric G. Wilson looks for the source of our attraction to the gruesome….

Everyone Loves a Good Train Wreck: Why We Can't Look Away Everyone Loves a Good Train WreckWhether we admit it or not, we’re fascinated by evil. Dark fantasies, morbid curiosity, Schadenfreude: conventional wisdom suggests that these are the symptoms of our wicked side. But we’re still compelled to look whenever we pass a grisly accident on the highway, and there’s no slaking our thirst for gory entertainments like horror movies. Why cant we look away? Eric G. Wilson looks for the source of our attraction to the gruesome….

Everyone Loves a Good Train Wreck: Why We Can't Look Away by Wilson, Eric G. (2013) PaperbackWhether we admit it or not, we’re fascinated by evil. Dark fantasies, morbid curiosity, Schadenfreude: conventional wisdom suggests that these are the symptoms of our wicked side. But we’re still compelled to look whenever we pass a grisly accident on the highway, and there’s no slaking our thirst for gory entertainments like horror movies. Why cant we look away? Eric G. Wilson looks for the source of our attraction to the gruesome….

Everyone Loves a Good Train Wreck: Why We Can't Look Away Paperback – February 19, 2013Whether we admit it or not, we’re fascinated by evil. Dark fantasies, morbid curiosity, Schadenfreude: conventional wisdom suggests that these are the symptoms of our wicked side. But we’re still compelled to look whenever we pass a grisly accident on the highway, and there’s no slaking our thirst for gory entertainments like horror movies. Why cant we look away? Eric G. Wilson looks for the source of our attraction to the gruesome….

Everyone Loves a Good Train Wreck: Why We Can't Look Away by Wilson, Eric G. (2013) PaperbackWhether we admit it or not, we’re fascinated by evil. Dark fantasies, morbid curiosity, Schadenfreude: conventional wisdom suggests that these are the symptoms of our wicked side. But we’re still compelled to look whenever we pass a grisly accident on the highway, and there’s no slaking our thirst for gory entertainments like horror movies. Why cant we look away? Eric G. Wilson looks for the source of our attraction to the gruesome….

Everyone Loves a Good Train Wreck:Why We Cant Look Away (Chinese Edition)Why do people like to watch the scene of bustle? When the tragic car accident happens on highway, people always can not help but want to watch it for a while; when others are in danger, people are always curious to see what really happens. In childhood, when your younger brother was reprimanded by your parents since he wanted to fight for toys with you, did you feel pleased secretly? When your colleague was criticized by the boss, were you laughing at heart? Why do people like to watch horror a…