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Building on Sage's tradition of publishing high-quality scholarly works for more than 35 years, we are concentrating our efforts on providing upper-level undergraduate and graduate textbooks, handbooks, and professional books. Our Books Division also includes the Sage Reference program, which publishes encyclopedias and other reference works. Sage currently publishes more than 800 titles per year worldwide across its imprints, and has over 12,000 titles in print.

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Reference Books

Sage Knowledge hosts thousands of carefully selected titles by world-class authors on hot topics across the social sciences. It includes academic and supplementary titles that contribute to the knowledge base of students and researchers, foundational books in core areas of research and debate, accessible student reference, and numerous practical professional titles in education.

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Angela Book

Dr. Angela Book conducts research on psychopathy and social predation. More specifically, she has focused on how psychopaths select victims, and how they convince others of their trustworthiness. Other research has examined dark personalities, dynamic risk prediction, and how psychopaths experience fearful situations.