psychopath

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psychopath

a person afflicted with a personality disorder characterized by a tendency to commit antisocial and sometimes violent acts and a failure to feel guilt for such acts
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Antisocial personality disorder and retention: A systematic review.
Sex differences in psychopathy and antisocial personality disorder: a review and integration.
Antisocial personality traits have been consistently measured by specific domains of the Five Factor Model (FFM) (Joliffe, 2013; Caspi, Loeber, Lynam, Moffitt, Raine, & StouthamerLoeber, 2004; Jones, Lynam, & Miller, 2011).
There is a significant difference between Components of the executive functions of the brain of people with antisocial personality disorder and no personality disorder.
Those with antisocial personality disorder don't usually experience the anxiety that our more traditional clients do--they lack the capacity for truly intimate human relationships.
76) In short, these initiatives made individuals with severe antisocial personality disorder a priority population for intensive mental health interventions.
But Dr Peter said he disagreed with the other medical experts' conclusion that Hall suffered from an antisocial personality disorder.
No differences were found between men and women in diagnosis of antisocial personality disorder or age of first MA use.
To more clearly determine the ability of history and type of personality disorder to predict the clinical course of alcohol relapse as it relates to stress, a large, multicenter, prospective study enrolled 573 patients with schizotypal personality disorder (STPD), borderline personality disorder (BPD), antisocial personality disorder (ASPD), or obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (OCPD), and followed them for 6 years.
Six cases of patients with mental retardation who have antisocial personality disorder.
Conduct Disorder is often a lifelong condition serving as the forerunner for adult antisocial personality disorders.
Paul Sloan QC, defending, said Summers had developed a deep-rooted antisocial personality disorder after being bullied at school where he was a slow learner.