Dr. Jack Apsche


Jack Apsche holds a doctorate in Psychological Studies from Temple University in Philadelphia. He is currently pursuing an advanced degree in Criminal Justice. Dr. Apsche is a researcher, author, lecturer, and consultant His curiosity in human behavior extends well beyond serial killers, from the everyday problems of everyday people, to the particular problems of Viet Nam veterans, the behavior of organized crime and law enforcement, and the rise of the German neo-Nazi movement His research centers on the quest to uncover the reasons for the behavior differences between the ‘saints,” the “sinners,” and the rest of us.

Dr. Apsche lives with his wife and family in Levittown, PA.


Echo's from Vietnam and beyond
By Dr. Jack Apsche
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 10,000. Language: English. Published: May 22, 2012 by ePrinted Books. Category: Fiction
I wrote these and other poems during a span of many years. They are all based on real experiences for better or worse I do not write about others experience or out of wondering what something would be like in my head. So, I hope someone get's my writing, yet on the other hand they were written for me and me alone initially. Often I was trying to exercise daemons, hurt and to express humor and joy
Probing the Mind of a Serial Killer
By Dr. Jack Apsche
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 59,330. Language: English. Published: April 14, 2012 by ePrinted Books. Category: Nonfiction
The purpose of this book is to present a view into the mind of the serial killer, by closely examining one serial killer in particular, Gary M. Heidnik of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The book simultaneously examines the insanity plea within the current American legal system. Although this latter is not truly within the realm of psychology, it is impossible to discuss this subject without examining

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