Factor structure of the psychopathic
personality inventory: validity and implications for clinical assessment.
Simple computer programs show early promise in helping psychopathic
prisoners, specifically, to see beyond their immediate needs and become more aware of those around them.
Two models exist to describe typical adolescent life choices, such as sexual risk-taking and the use of psychoactive substances, and psychopathic
behaviour: problem-behaviour theory (Jessor, Donovan, & Costa, 1991) and the social developmental model (Lonczak, Abbott, Hawkins, Kosterman, & Catalano, 2002).
Stevens, Charman, and Blair (2001), utilizing the Psychopathy Screening Device (PSD), revealed specific deficits in children with psychopathic
tendencies in terms of processing fear and sadness.
The PCL-R is a diagnostic tool created in the early 1990s for use in clinical, legal, and research settings to determine an individuals' level of psychopathic
Commonly, most studies on child and youth populations have focused on the relative stability of psychopathic
Using venn diagrams, Dutton illustrates how spiritual and psychopathic
states may overlap in facets like stoicism, mindfulness, fearlessness, and mental toughness, while not sharing traits associated with persons identified as psychopathic
As a final problem Hallquist's argument appears to entail not just that a DCT is psychopathic
but that every substantive meta-ethical theory is psychopathic
, including all known secular meta-ethical theories.
Psycnopatnic manipulation usually begins by creating a mask, known as psychopathic
fiction, in the minds of those targeted.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A new study suggests that a poor sense of smell may be a marker for psychopathic
Cruise; "Capturing the Psychopathic
Female: A Prototypicality Analysis of the Comprehensive Assessment of Psychopathic
Personality (CAPP) Across Gender," by Mette K.
AROUND one in 100 children in the UK could be a psychopathic
"Kevin", research suggests.