At the Minnesota Sexual Psychopathic Personality
Treatment Center (MSPPTC), treatment costs two to two- and one-half times the cost of standard confinement.
Both models focus on sexual risk-taking, substance use and psychopathic personality
traits as core marker variables of social development in adolescence.
Abusing animals is a main symptom of psychopathic personality
But psychiatrist Paul Myatt, of the State Mental Hospital at Carstairs, has said the dad had an undiagnosed psychopathic personality
disorder when he pled guilty.
Development and preliminary validation of a self-report measure of psychopathic personality
traits in noncriminal populations.
Farrow, who had been diagnosed with a psychopathic personality
disorder, admitted the manslaughter of the Rev Suddards on grounds of diminished responsibility and denied murdering Mrs Yates - but was found guilty of murder on both counts.
But what makes the psychopathic personality
so interesting is that it's not defined by a single trait, but a constellation of traits.
The study also illustrates specific crime scene behaviors that suggest an offender with psychopathic personality
traits, as well as the implications of these traits for investigators.
We submitted expert evidence which suggested that at least one, if not both of them, might be suffering from a psychopathic personality
After years of reduced visibility, the psychopathic personality
has returned to prominence in both the popular imagination and in the domain of clinical psychiatry.
Family massacres such as Sunday's are more likely to be, Merhej said, "the result of a lonely, psychopathic personality
who obviously needed a lot of help, but who couldn't get it.
23, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- If you heard about a recent study claiming one in 25 executive leaders meet the criteria for a psychopathic personality
and thought: "That sounds like MY boss," you might be wondering what to do about it.