Psychopathic Disorders

Psychopathy is a mental disorder often characterizedby lack ofempathy, shallow emotions, deceptiveness and remorse. Psychopaths are oblivious of other people's feelings. They often come off to be very egotistic, psychopaths always think they're right and that they are the smartest person in the room. However, psychopaths normally have an average to below-average Intelligence Quotient. Psychopaths normally engage in behavior that is cooled blooded and predatoral behavior. Psychopaths often end up incarcerated because of violent crimes. There are two types of psychopathic disorders, one type is intelligent psychopathy while the other one is unintelligent pyschopathy. Intelligent psychopaths often run major businesses and steal mass amounts of money and show no remorse. While, unintelligent psychopaths often commit vicious, and violent crimes.
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Psychologists have created an exam to identify psychopathic behavior, the exam has sections dedicated to identifying signs of superficial charm, manipulative behavior, lack of remorse or guilt, shallow affect, lack of empathy and impulsiveness. Patients are marked depending on a numerical scale ranging from 0-40. An average person scores around 6 while anyone marked over 30 is considered a psychopath. Once a person is diagnosed with psychopathy, the only treatment is long term therapy and this is rarely successful. Psychopaths normally feel there are problems with the


Patients who are psychopathic live a very troublesome life. Their actions often repel loved ones away and normally they live a life filled with crime. Living with psychopathy would be very difficult. You would constantly feel like you’re surrounded by less intelligent people, and people who are overall less of a person than you. This causes bitterness and egotism.
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of people with Psychopathy
of all people
Odds of getting Psychopathy
1 in 25 people get Psychopathy

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Egotism: excessive and objectionable reference to oneself in conversation or writing; conceit; boastfulness.

Remorse: deep and painful regret for wrongdoing; compunction.

Predatorial: preying upon other organisms.

Maniuplative: influencing or attempting to influence the behavior or emotions of others for one’s own purposes: amanipulativeboss.

Incarcerated: to imprison; confine.

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